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HALTER connects the whole community by providing education & financial support to First Responders & volunteers to help animals in emergencies & disasters.
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Halter Project 9h
The fires are still burning. You can donate to the Relief Fund here: 100% of donations will be distributed to ranchers who have been affected by the fires. Hay is still being listed as being urgently needed. Info in the link.
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Halter Project 9h
Great 2-day awareness level course in Sonoma, designed for groups or individuals either starting a CART, or interested in becoming a registered Animal Disaster Service Worker! The course will be held this Wednesday & Thursday from 9am - 5pm
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Halter Project Apr 18
Workshops are COMPLETELY FREE thanks to funding from the US Forest Service to the UC Berkeley Forest Pathology Lab!
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Halter Project Apr 18
Home & Ranch Safety includes monitoring tree health. Our beautiful oaks are also our most significant hazards in fire, storms & earthquake. UC Master Gardener Program of Sonoma County is offering workshops to help property owners learn symptoms of SOD.
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Halter Project Apr 17
IMPORTANT!!! This is why personal preparedness and planning in place by COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGERS is important! Planning for animals saves human lives!
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Halter Project Apr 16
Ridge to Bridge is the Bay Area's most gorgeous hike & ride through Marin and is happening this Saturday, April 21, 2018 but you must sign up by this Wednesday, April 18th. Details & the registration link are in this link from the
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Halter Project Apr 15
Wonderful sponsorship opportunities are now available for our Halter Honors the Heroes - Community Preparedness Awards event! Deadline is April 30th so please email: rescue@halterfund.org or call 707-318-7526 ASAP. For sponsorship details and options:
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Halter Project Apr 13
What is your one thing?
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Halter Project Apr 13
May 18th at the Home & Ranch Readiness Summit: first responder training in Animal Technical Rescue - Awareness (ATR). This 7-hour course is required for all firefighters & others interested in becoming FSTEP-Certified ATR Technicians. Tuition is FREE!
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Halter Project Apr 10
Another great animal rescue by firefighters. Thanks, Novato!
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The Donkey Sanctuary Birmingham Apr 9
So about Monday .. it’s back, We can’t all and some of us don’t. That’s all there is to it! ~AA Milne from Mackenzie, an activity donkey
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Halter Project Apr 9
Pretty darn amazing. Let’s give our first responders a hand: get the CalFire ReadySetGo app, sign up for alerts, and update your emergency contacts.
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Brandi Richard - PAO Apr 9
And here I thought my surround sound was complicated... 😅
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Halter Project Apr 9
Thanks, SacFire! And please, use caution and sense when bringing your dogs along! Make sure they have their own personal protective gear, and keep them on leash and close!
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Halter Project Apr 9
If you live in the North Bay, learn how to become a registered Disaster Volunteer & to be safe in an evacuation. This is a great opportunity for residents committed to helping animals safely in a disaster. Register by April 17th. .
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Halter Project Apr 7
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It’s GREAT to know here in Sonoma Valley, our Animal Emergency Response Team, staffed by firefighters, is ready to help in situations like this one. Firefighters are awesome. And they can do almost anything!
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Halter Project Apr 7
Way to go SLO! SLO CalFire personnel have trained in Animal Technical Rescue & access to equipment they need to get jobs like this done. Exhausted cows & calves can get stuck in mud during & after heavy rains like those we’ve just experienced.
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Halter Project Apr 7
Support the work of this truly wonderful organization. Brooke exemplifies the meaning of compassion.
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Halter Project Apr 6
Great work rescuing people AND dogs in flooded street! Animal awareness training for first responders results in more happy endings😍
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Halter Project Apr 6
This is so timely. Planning for the unimaginable is probably the best step anyone- individuals, families, and government- can take to be prepared and resilient.
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