California Assembly Joint Resolutions
California Assembly Joint Resolution calls for:
* a halt to the wild horse and burro roundups in California,
* a restoration of the wild horse and burro herds at truly viable populations, and
* the implementation of Reserve Design as the true intent of the
Wild Free-Roaming Horses and Burros Act in order to establish
long-term genetically viable, ecologically well adapted, and
naturally self-stabilizing populations.
Please write in to your state assemblymen with copies to senators & governor if possible
in order to support this very important resolution.
You may contact your representatives through
Type in California then your county and they should
Thanks so much for all your support for these wonderful animals.
You may care to make a donation to our 501 c 3 organization:
Andean Tapir Fund / Wild Horse and Burro Fund
via the websites https://andeantapirfund.com or www.thewildhorseconspiracy.org
Take good care and onward in the fight for restoring all the worthy species
to their rightful roles, land/habitat, and freedom to be themselves!
Craig C. Downer, Ecologist, President: Andean Tapir Fund
(dedicated to saving all members of horse, tapir & rhino families in the wild & their appropriate habitats)
P.O. Box 456,
Minden, NV 89423
1. Wild Horse Resolution – SUPPORT
Address to (Ms. Rivas is the author of the resolution, and we can thank her):
The Honorable Luz Rivas, District 39
California State Assembly
State Capitol, Room 2160
Sacramento, CA 95814
Dear Assemblywoman Rivas,
Send via email to (staff):
Assembly District 39 phone:
ALSO IF YOU CARE TO YOU MAY WRITE AND MESSAGE TO OPPOSE THIS:
2. California Dept of Fish and Wildlife Ombudsperson – OPPOSE
This bill would establish an ombudsperson for the Department of Fish and Wildlife. The bill would require the ombudsperson to work independently as an intermediary to provide individuals with a confidential process to address complaints and disputes with department. Complaints and disputes would be exempt from public disclosure, including, but not limited to, disclosure pursuant to the California Public Records Act.
By creating this ombudsperson, issues will be hidden from the public in the confidential process
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife is funded primarily by our tax dollars through the CA general budget
The government is for the People. The People deserve transparency.
Already, the public is at a disadvantage with the CDFW, and though people can express concerns, still decisions are made by the agency that are not to the benefit of animals
By making the complaint process “confidential,” all of those issues will be withdrawn from public view, therefore handicapping the ability for the public to speak, and potentially causing harm to animals before anyone has a chance to know
(any points you think of, between mine & yours)
The Honorable Eduardo Garcia, Chair
Assembly Committee on Water, Parks, and Wildlife
California State Capitol, Room 444
Sacramento, CA 95814
Dear Assemblymember Garcia and Esteemed Members of the Committee:
Dear Chair Garcia and Esteemed Members of the Committee:
Assembly Water, Parks, and Wildlife Phone: