The 2020 documentary "Kiss the Ground" features Allan Savory's work as well. It is such a powerful and simplistic answer to our planet's regeneration. I have been in touch with them regarding the use of wild horses in Nevada being herded in an attempt to replenish the soil. They have been sterilized, rounded up, and slaughtered by the thousands. We are at the edge of town in Carson City. Since a big snowfall in 2008, they were coming to our neighborhood to graze on our lawns. A year ago, a fence was erected and they haven't been back - I miss them, but we are only two blocks from Hwy 50, so it's better that they're safe and we can visit them. I've been in touch with wild horse advocates throughout the state, but with no responses, I lost my passion for it. Now that Trümp is on his way out, I am hopeful again. Photos here:

Her writing muse lurks in the volcanic hills amidst mustangs, marmots and jackalopes. While hiking with her dogs, Ann stumbles upon stories of dark humor.