Rock the Earth is pleased to announce a new partnership. The Wild Horse Project, based in Boulder, but national in terms of their focus, is working to ensure that public lands are suitable for and available to the wild Mustang population in the United States. Over the past 100 years, the wild Mustang population in the United States has decreased by 99%, a staggering loss triggered by complex combination of variables. Much like the Rock the Earth model, the Wild Horse Project is working to educate the public on the important role of wild horses now and in the future, including how to be an advocate on this issue. The Wild Horse Project is currently working on a documentary film called Galloping Ghosts, which they hope to have completed in time for Sundance Film Festival. Rock the Earth is now the fiscal agent for the Wild Horse Project. For more information, visit http://www.wildhorseproject.com.