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Callie Hendrickson

Executive Director

White River

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White River

Background Information

Employment History

Consultant

Ez Communications


Executive Director

Colorado Association of Conservation Districts


Executive Director

Colorado Association


Consultant

EZ Consulting


Affiliations

American Wild Horse Campaign

ADVISORY BOARD Member


Wild Horse Sanctuary

Burro Advisory Board Member


National Wild Horse

Board Member


BLM's Wild Horse

Member


Bureau of Land Management

Advisory Board


The StableWoman Gazette

Advisory Board Member


National Association of Conservation Districts

Executive Board Member


Education

degree

business and marketing

Mesa State College


Web References(60 Total References)


www.coloradocattle.org

Each year, CCA's volunteer leaders commit to donating their time to ensure CCA's policy and membership is being represented, and CCA would like to honor two such leaders; Callie Hendrickson and Nate Tanner.
Callie Hendrickson has served CCA well by implementing a proactive effort to engage federal land permittees and private landowners in cooperative monitoring via Colorado's Resource Monitoring Initiative. She facilitated this approach in her position as the Executive Director of the White River Conservation District; as well as dedicated her time by serving on the board of the National Wild Horse and Burro Advisory. Callie is active in a broad set of agricultural efforts through, not only CCA; but organizations such as Club 20, Conservation Districts, and the Mesa County Cattlemen's Association. These are not the only organizations that benefit from her participation, as she has a strong dedication toward youth and leadership development; specifically the advancement of agriculture youth, as can be seen in her efforts with the Mesa County 4-H Foundation.


americanwildhorsecampaign.org [cached]

Also making an appearance was the well-funded Callie Hendrickson (pictured at right), who travels the country attending meetings to advocate for the slaughter of America's wild horses and burros.
AWHPC supporters will remember Hendrickson as the pro-slaughter cattlewoman who was recently appointed to represent the "general public" on the BLM's Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board. At the NAS meeting, Hendrickson spoke, not on behalf of the public, but rather as an official spokesperson for the White River and Douglas Creek Conservation Districts, the rancher-dominated entities in Colorado that have been pressing for the "zeroing out" of the Douglas Creek wild horse population.


www.agandruralleaders.org [cached]

Callie Hendrickson, chair of AFBF's Federal Lands Issue Advisory Committee, testified before the House Natural Resources Subcommittee on Federal Lands.
Hendrickson also serves as executive director of the White River and Douglas Creek Conservation Districts in Rio Blanco County, Colorado. "The rangeland of the West has its share of unique natural resource challenges, not least of which is the burden it carries of an overpopulation of wild horses and burros," Hendrickson said.


www.agandruralleaders.org

Callie Hendrickson, chair of AFBF’s Federal Lands Issue Advisory Committee, testified before the House Natural Resources Subcommittee on Federal Lands.
Hendrickson also serves as executive director of the White River and Douglas Creek Conservation Districts in Rio Blanco County, Colorado. “The rangeland of the West has its share of unique natural resource challenges, not least of which is the burden it carries of an overpopulation of wild horses and burros,â€� Hendrickson said. “This overabundance is critically damaging the ecology of western rangelands with severe, long-term consequences for the native plant and animal life that call it home.â€� Even though law requires it, the Bureau of Land Management has neither the money nor the ability to fairly balance wild horse and burro populations so that other wildlife, livestock and vegetation can thrive. Ranchers face rapidly shrinking grazing allotments while continuing to pay for the allotments they once had lest they lose them â€" if and when the grazing lands recover from severe overgrazing by feral horses and burros. Article Link: Farm Bureau Asks Congress to Save Rangelands, Control Wild Horse and Burro PopulationArticle Source: Farm Bureaucategory: Rural


www.animalfertilitycontrolvaccine.org

Callie Hendrickson is executive director of the White River and Douglas Creek conservation districts in Rio Blanco County.
She said conservation districts and the ranching community are concerned about rangeland health. She said she thinks everyone supports fertility control, but for a PZP program to work, it requires a small herd, fairly gentle horses and volunteers willing to do the work each year. She said that more generally, fertility control isn't enough in cases when herds are larger than the BLM's designated appropriate size. In those cases, "you can't fertility control your way out of it. You have to remove horses first," she said.


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