Decision On TRNP Wild Horses To Be Made Next Month

(Medora, ND) — Officials will soon decide on whether the wild horses of Theodore Roosevelt National Park will be removed. The proposed removal of the horses has sparked intense debate in recent years. Those who want to keep the horses in the park say they are a big draw for tourists, while those who want to remove them say overgrazing from the horses is causing damage to vegetation, soil, and the local ecosystem. Senator John Hoeven says a final decision will be made sometime next month.

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