C.R.S. Section 35-66-106
Wild horse stewardship program


The wild horse stewardship program is created to coordinate and assist in managing and supporting the well-being of Colorado wild horse herds and wild horse rangeland, including herds within federal herd management areas, to ensure the long-term sustainability of wild horse herds and wild horse range health by:


Supporting the management of range health;


In partnership with the bureau and with permission from the bureau, building, repairing, and maintaining range infrastructure, such as fencing, natural feed sources, or natural water sources, on public land for the benefit of the wild horse herds, the wild horse rangeland, and the resident populations; and


Coordinating with local organizations associated with a herd management area.


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The director shall annually report to the department on the actions taken to meet the requirements of this section. The report must include the activities performed and accomplished in accordance with the stewardship program.


The director may rescind a grant for:


Failure of the grant recipient to perform the duties to accomplish the purpose for which the grant was made;


Lack of effectiveness of the grant recipient’s actions concerning the purposes for which the grant was made; and


A lack of consistency with the expectations of the wild horse project in making the grant.


The wild horse project shall begin implementing this section by July 31, 2024.

Source: Section 35-66-106 — Wild horse stewardship program, https://leg.­colorado.­gov/sites/default/files/images/olls/crs2023-title-35.­pdf (accessed Oct. 20, 2023).

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Current through Fall 2024

§ 35-66-106’s source at colorado​.gov