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Terri Farley 2014
Terri Farley is the best-selling author of the PHANTOM STALLION series for young readers and a contemporary Celtic fantasy nominated as a YALSA best book. She was honored by the Nevada Writers Hall of Fame and her HarperCollins books have sold more than two million copies in 28 countries.
Farley is an advocate for the West’s wild horses and works with young people learning to make their voices heard. Wild at Heart: Mustangs and the Young People Fighting to Save Them, her first work of non-fiction, is due out from Houghton-Mifflin-Harcourt Fall 2015.
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We have been made aware…
New reports indicate a Fukushima-style nuclear disaster is inevitable in the Miami area, and need to be investigated immediately.
Concerns over the possibility of a Fukushima-like nuclear meltdown event in the U.S. have been growing, with the most likely next disaster predicted in 2011 to be surprisingly close to Miami Florida, at the Turkey Point facility 20 miles east of Homestead.
According to a July 23rd NPR story, the Turkey Point facility was found to be (literally) in hot water, over its cooling system, which caused federal regulators to be so concerned, that they upped the nuclear plant’s cooling system allowable temperature to exceed the 100 degree limit for 10 days – up to 103 degrees if necessary. The plant has come close to 100 degrees, which should mandate an immediate shut down. But instead of exercising precaution, regulators simply increased their legal limit causing environmental groups in nearby Biscayne…
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This kind of killing is nothing short of pure evil.
Yesterday it was about 97 degrees with no shade on this flat feedlot in Scott City, Kansas. There may also be thunderstorms and lightning this week. The BLM recently shipped almost 1,500 wild mares to this feedlot from the Teterville long term holding pasture in Kansas. 80 wild mares have died in a short period of time. As you know, the BLM only invited CREDENTIALED PRESS on a tour of this facility. The BLM did NOT invite representatives of any wild horse & burro advocacy groups, or members of the public. However, the public (who cares) posted these photos and comments on the internet:
20 -30 horses in one pen beside bison.
No shelter, in small pens, with extremely hot temps. It seems that some of the horses had no freezebrands or tags on their necks.
This is a lagoon for this feedlot.
Signs from the road.
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Tourists still cherish the sight of the horses.
For hundreds of years, Spanish mustangs moved freely along the Outer Banks. In these days of heavy development, they roam around the northern Outer Banks town of Corolla, which only in the last several years has seen that development.
Tourists still cherish the sight of the horses. Several tour companies make money off them. But they are now threatened by overexposure to man and federal policies that leave them severely inbred, The News and Observer of Raleigh reported recently.
Some tourists, perhaps not accustomed to nature, have taken to trying to chase the horses down for photographs or to feed them foods…
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This lady has it right, and this is a beautifully written story of her struggle to be herself– to honor what she knew was right in her heart. If you love horses, you know this is true. And if you don’t believe they are cognizant, you should definitely read this.
Passing by a stall at the horse show today something caught my eye. I went back to check it out and found a girl sitting in her horses stall. It was such a beautiful picture, both literally and figuratively, that I ask to photograph her and now I am writing about it.
The image took me back in time over twenty five years and gave me a glimpse of a much younger me. Me, when I knew that my happiest moments were with my horse. Me, back when I believed that my horse also felt this way.
Fast forward to my early adult hood when I was told, through actions more than words, that horses didn’t really care…that horses were just horses and that if I imagined anything more, it was all in my head.
So much of the other things I was learning from these people were true; they could train a…
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