BLM seeks to fill positions on wild horse advisory board

The Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board counsels the Bureau of Land Management on how to best manage wild herds on federal lands.

The Bureau of Land Management is currently seeking nominations to fill three positions on the Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board.

Nominations are due by May 29, 2018. BLM is looking for nominees who represent the public interest, wild horse and burro advocacy or veterinary medicine. The public interest position is open to anyone with special knowledge of protection of wild horses and burros, management of wildlife, animal husbandry or natural resource management. Board members serve for three years with up to four meetings annually.

This board advises the BLM about the management, protection and control of free-roaming horses and burros on public lands.

Learn more about the advisory board or how to apply in the Federal Register.