Protecting and maintaining the Piceance-East Douglas wild horse area.
Who is Piceance Mustangs and what do we do?
We are a group of volunteers that support the long term maintenance of a viable, healthy, free-roaming horse herd on healthy rangelands, and implementing range improvement projects. We provide support for and coordinate our efforts with the Bureau of Land Management, primarily the White River Field Office, in the form of goods and volunteers.
We provide information and education promoting the value of the Piceance-East Douglas Herd Management Area horses.
We seek funding from grants, contributions and other sources to accomplish the foregoing purposes.
Why become a Piceance Mustangs Member?
Because we are a non-profit group of volunteers, we rely on the contributions of our members to be able to continue our mission. Becoming a member means you are actively helping us to protect the Piceance-East Douglas area and the wild horses that live there. You'll also gain access to numerous benefits including invitations to our special events, our newsletter, and the opportunity to participate in special work days.
Invitation to special events including: Annual BBQ, Range Tour, Camp Out, Special Projects
Ability to participate in Gathers on an as-needed basis by the BLM
Newsletter (mailed or digital)
Included in the names of our members on the BLM's volunteer list
Where does the membership money go?
Contributions go to the cost of program operations, which includes:
Educational information printing costs – brochures, flyers, range guides, etc.
Community event entry fees
Supplies for gatherings, range clean-ups and meetings
Supporting those members that choose to assist with herd documentation and management, through mileage reimbursement
How can I tour the area?
Guided and marked tour loops are currently unavailable, but we are working our hardest to make them available as soon as possible. By subscribing to our newsletter and checking this page, you'll know as soon as tours are open.