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HORSE TRAVEL AT RISK IN SEQUOIA NATIONAL PARK

By Bob Silbernagel

This is a troubling story that could set a really bad precedent for other national parks and other public lands. Although not mentioned in this article, the Backcountry Horsemen of America have joined with the Wilderness Society to oppose the judge's effort to exclude horses from the park.

To read about the issue at the Visalia Times Register, click HERE.

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