Tonight presents an opportunity to learn more about the controversy from a front-line observer.
Photographer Carol Walker brings a multimedia presentation on these iconic beasts of the American frontier to the Medicine Horse Program in Boulder, a nonprofit that uses horses in therapy programs targeting disadvantaged children and traumatized adolescents. Walker, who's spent considerable time in the back of beyond documenting the herds, will talk about preservation efforts and the current state of the Bureau of Land Management plan to reduce the horse population.
The benefit show begins at 6:30 pm at Medicine Horse, 8778 Arapahoe Road, and admission is $20. For more information, call 720-406-7630 or email: [email protected]
The event comes as CNN is airing a four-part series on the roundups. See the first segment by clicking here.
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