Viewed as a paradigm project, Wild Love Preserve has pioneered an innovative model in wild horse preservation which has garnered national attention and serves as a pilot for other western states. Wild Love Preserve is located in Sun Valley’s backyard and engages public and private lands. Founded in 2010 by contemporary visual artist, Andrea Maki, the focus of Wild Love Preserve has been in bringing people together in a new light to collectively implement new working solutions which serve to benefit wild horses and the whole. Wild Love Preserve addresses all facets of regional wild horse conservation on home turf in central Idaho, from the 130 Challis, Idaho wild horses they rescued as result of the 2012 Challis Helicopter Roundup, to their collaborative work on the range and creation of a permanently protected wild expanse in the heart of Idaho wild horse country. Learn more at WildLovePreserve.org.