We’ve got to get that balance back,” said Jenny Lesieutre, Nevada wild horse and burro public affairs specialist at BLM.
Fortunately for Kastner, he didn’t let his immediate past impact his present.
This month the BLM is slated to remove and prepare for adoption up to 50 horses from the Fish Springs near Gardnerville, Nev.
— a move that has received pushback from community members who enjoy the horses’ presence and say they attract tourism to the area.
The show was canceled, but brought back by a fan campaign.
A second season was shown in 2008, detailing the rise of an oppressive new government based in Cheyenne, Wyoming, but the show was again canceled due to low ratings.