Navajo Nation has a wild horse problem

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Navajo Nation has a wild horse problem

Population explodes, but tribe doesn’t have funding to manage it
Aaron Millar/High Country News

Navajo horse breakers tame a mustang at La Tinaja in Ramah, New Mexico.
Kim Baca/High Country News

Leland Grass of Diné for Wild Horses stands by his corral near his home a few miles from the Navajo National Monument. Grass advocates for more education and local Chapter House management for feral horses.
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More than 38,000 wild horses live on the Navajo Nation.

Navajo Nation has a wild horse problem

Aaron Millar/High Country News

Navajo horse breakers tame a mustang at La Tinaja in Ramah, New Mexico.
Kim Baca/High Country News

Leland Grass of Diné for Wild Horses stands by his corral near his home a few miles from the Navajo National Monument. Grass advocates for more education and local Chapter House management for feral horses.
Abbee Day/Flickr

More than 38,000 wild horses live on the Navajo Nation.
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