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True partnerships are tough to come by, but these stories will show you some great examples of what can be accomplished when folks come together for a common purpose.

Individual and organizational collaborative efforts with the BLM and other organizations can and have been providing solutions for our wild horses and burros.

We hope these stories will help give you and other organizations ideas on how you can come together and be part of the solution.

Pine Nut Mountain Range, Carson Valley Nevada

Located in the South Western Corner of Colorado - Spring Creek Basin

McCullough Peaks

East of Cody, Wyoming - BLM partnerships have made great strides toward managing the wild horse population and improving water sources for the benefit of wild horses, wildlife and livestock inside the HMA.

Wild Horses of Alberta Society (WHOAS)

Located near Grand Junction, Colorado - Working closely with the Little Book Cliffs Wild Horse Range Fertility Control Darting Team to keep the Little Bookcliffs wild horse population at ideal levels.

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