Howling Ridge Radio- Wednesday

On Wednesday at 9:30 EST we will be discussing our Wild Horses/Burros and the impact of the Salazar plan on our horses/burros and ROAM. Our guests are Ginger Kathrens, Craig Downer and Laura Leigh

Listen here:

On-Air Calls (or listen from your phone):  718.664.6596 

Ginger, Craig and Laura were all on Howling Ridge on Sept. 30th, listen to that show here


7 Responses to “Howling Ridge Radio- Wednesday”

  1. Morgan Williams Says:

    This will be great. I missed Saturday night’s interview.

  2. Marilyn Wargo Says:

    I missed the Saturday night interview, too. Confusion on time. I have not been able to find it at the site. Hope they post it. Good you are doing more at Howling Ridge and with Laura and Craig Downer, this should be very interesting. mar

  3. Roxy Says:

    Todays show is on right this minute.

  4. Morgan Williams Says:

    Triple dang. I tried so hard to get a feed on my laptop. Problem after problem. When I got on the program was on the topic of the Nakota Mustangs & the North Dakota roundup by the US Forestry dept. I tried so hard to call in but did not make it in. I talked to Frank Kuntz of the Nakota horse conservancy for over and hour last week.

    What was all discussed tonight?

    • Janet Ferguson Says:

      Yes it was. Hopefully by now you have had a chance to listen to it.

      Basically action is being taken, and last night one of the moderators or guests (I haven’t been listening to these programs long enough to figure out who is talking) was going to contact a resident to contact the elected officials of the state to be alerted to what is going on. (as emphasis was placed on fact that the request for saving the horses should be coming from a resident of the state)

      Felt House of Representatives might be able to take immediate action on this, since horses were connected to Black Hills/monuments/1905 Antiquities Act, etc.

      The “monument” portion of designation was discussed; Ginger went on their website (the Theodore Roosevelt National Park) and determined the word, “monument” wasn’t used on website. Also noted the Nokotas were referred to as “feral.” Not featured as a highlight of the park.

      One of the state elected officials, above, where the Nokota horses are, is also on the Energy and Natural Resources Committtee, among others his name is Byron Dorgan. The other two mentioned were Kent Conrad and Earl Pomeroy. (sp?)

      On another subject, discussing legislation it was stated, at the end, by a lady (who I do not know) that 503 gained 3 more sponsors and one more sponsor was gained on the “double decker.” These are bills obviously regarding transport etc. of horses. This is good news.

  5. Janet Ferguson Says:

    P.S. The urgency is to get the Report on your local CBS affiliate or perhaps your local PBS afilliate as well (the Knapp Report) I contacted my General Manager of my local CBS station regarding how to submit. Am waiting answer now. If nothing by mid-day will call! woot woot

    • Janet Ferguson Says:

      No response from General manager. So I sent him all the links to the report and am sending all articles found & posted by bloggers here from the media concerning all the roundups everywhere. I send them directly to him.

      Also looking into my local PBS station – will send to Executive Producer tomorrow when I get their email info from switchboard,

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