Tierra Madre Horse Sanctuary Student Volunteering
Tierra Madre Horse Sanctuary Student Volunteering
Posted on 2019/05/14
Tierra Madre Horse Sanctuary Student Volunteering

Greenway students volunteered their time to help out a local horse sanctuary. Here is just a sample of the schedule and idea of what they would have to do .

Volunteers are the heart and soul of Tierra Madre Horse & Human Sanctuary. From 7:30 to 11 every single morning, they can be found all over the ranch scrubbing water tubs, digging out stalls, raking hay, moving bales into carts, walking or grooming horses, turning crews out into the arena, feeding, and loving on each individual horse. In short, they essentially run our entire ranch. Without them, Tierra Madre could not possibly give its horses the home they deserve. Being a Tierra Madre volunteer is very physically demanding, but the rewards are overwhelming. Volunteers might work hard each and every day, but they also get to spend time with the horses: learning secrets, sharing stories, and savoring the strength and beauty that each horse embodies. Regardless of age, experience, or personality, together our volunteers become something stronger than friends. They become a family.

What a great way to give back to our community and to nature. Way to go Greenway! 


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