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Callie Hendrickson

Consultant

Ez Communications

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Ez Communications

Canada

Company Description

We provide a full sales service; pre-sale consulting and post-sale engineering support. EZCOMM's extensive expertise and engineering resources allows us to sell the products and provide complete solutions for various markets and applications; Carriers and Te... more

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Employment History

Executive Director

White River


Executive Director

Colorado Association of Conservation Districts


Executive Director

Colorado Association


Consultant

EZ Consulting


Affiliations

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(55 Total References)


The Lasso Tightens Around America's Wild Horses

www.the-horse.org [cached]

One of the BLM's choices for a "public" spot on the Board was Callie Hendrickson.
Here's how the feds described her: Ms. Hendrickson is Executive Director, White River and Douglas Creek Conservation Districts, and owner and consultant for E-Z Communications. As executive director of the conservation districts, Ms. Hendrickson has extensive experience in addressing public rangeland health concerns for the Colorado Association of Conservation Districts. Her career is focused on natural resource policy development and education. She has served on the Colorado Foundation for Water Education, Mesa County 4-H Foundation, Mesa County Farm Bureau, and the Mesa County Cattlewomen. Ms. Hendrickson replaces Janet M. Jankura. The Cloud Foundation, for example, a leading horse advocacy group, immediately noted that Hendrickson was part of a group which had intervened against it in a lawsuit brought to better protect a free-roaming herd on Colorado's Western Slope. And the American Wild Horse Preservation Campaign, another one of the nation's leading horse advocacy groups, formally protested the BLM's inclusion onto the Board of what the AWHPC called a "pro-slaughter cattlewoman. To the BLM, the advocates wrote: Particularly objectionable is the recent appointment of Callie Hendrickson, an outspoken advocate for horse slaughter and lethal management of America's wild horses, to the "Public Interest" position on the board. At a time when public opinion surveys have reconfirmed the American public's strong opposition to horse slaughter, Ms. Hendrickson's appointment to represent "general public interest" is, frankly, appalling. Ms. Hendrickson... has a history of anti-mustang positions and in favor of slaughter. In fact, she will be a featured speaker at the United Horsemen summit in Oklahoma, which is being organized to plan strategy for resumption of horse slaughter in the U.S. She has also lobbied for removal of wild horses from public lands; endorsed the destruction of "excess" wild horses and the unlimited sale of captured mustangs for slaughter; testified in favor of anti-wild-horse legislation; criticized wild horse advocates [and] supported legislation to block environmental and animal protection organizations from filing lawsuits (internal links omitted by me). The other half was the removal from the Advisory Board of Janet Jankura, whom Hendrickson replaced. With the appointment of Hendrickson, the BLM is, in essence, taking back the livestock slot, providing more evidence (as if we needed any more!) that the BLM talks about reform while continuing the same old business as usual.


www.theheraldtimes.com

The BLM has chosen Callie Hendrickson of Grand Junction, Colo., as a new appointee for the category of general public; June C. Sewing of Cedar City, Utah, as a new appointee for the category of wild horse and burro advocacy; and Boyd M. Spratling, DVM, of Deeth, Nev., as a re-appointee to the category of veterinary medicine.
Hendrickson is executive director of the White River and Douglas Creek Conservation Districts, and owner and consultant for E-Z Communications. As executive director of the conservation districts, she has extensive experience in addressing public rangeland health concerns for the Colorado Association of Conservation Districts. Her career is focused on natural resource policy development and education. She has served on the Colorado Foundation for Water Education, Mesa County 4-H Foundation, Mesa County Farm Bureau and the Mesa County Cattlewomen. Hendrickson replaces Janet M. Jankura.


www.nacdnet.org

Hendrickson Appointed to Advisory Board
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has appointed Callie Hendrickson of Grand Junction, Colo., to serve as a general public appointee on the National Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board. Hendrickson is the executive director for the White River and Douglas Creek Conservation Districts, and owner and consultant for E-Z Communications. As a native of western Colorado, she has first-hand knowledge as to the importance of range management.


www.thehorse.com

The BLM has chosen Callie Hendrickson of Grand Junction, Colo., as a new appointee for the category of General Public; June C. Sewing of Cedar City, Utah, as a new appointee for the category of Wild Horse and Burro Advocacy; and Boyd M. Spratling, DVM, of Deeth, Nev., as a re-appointee to the category of Veterinary Medicine.
Hendrickson is the executive director of the White River and Douglas Creek Conservation Districts, and owner and consultant for E-Z Communications. As executive director of the conservation districts, Hendrickson has extensive experience in addressing public rangeland health concerns for the Colorado Association of Conservation Districts. Her career is focused on natural resource policy development and education. She has served on the Colorado Foundation for Water Education, Mesa County 4-H Foundation, Mesa County Farm Bureau, and the Mesa County Cattlewomen. Hendrickson replaces Janet M. Jankura.


www.thecloudfoundation.org

On February 5, 2012, Secretary of the Interior, Ken Salazar, named Callie Hendrickson of Grand Junction, Colorado as the newest member of the Board.
Hendrickson will fill the General Public position, replacing Janet Jankura of Ohio who applied to serve another term but was denied. "I am wondering what general public Ms. Hendrickson represents?


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