Windcross Conservancy

Rating: 4.97 stars   60 reviews

Issues: Animals

Location: 404 Main Street PO Box 86 Buffalo Gap SD 57722 USA

Mission: Historically the Spanish Mustang has helped build North America. We provide education on it's impact and background to the public. We also provide a place were we can house these horse on a preserve. Today there are more and more horses being lost and liquidated. We cannot save them all, but we can save some. We strive to match the integrity of the horses, the honor of our grandfathers, the truth of our grandmothers and the courage of the Old West.
Target demographics: Spanish Mustang Preservation
Direct beneficiaries per year: 35 horses,provided volunteer student experiences to a dozen young persons
Geographic areas served: South Dakota, North America,
Programs: Educational volunteer/internships, public outreach events, school presentations, not to mention the Spanish Mustang Preserve in Buffalo Gap, SD 57722
2015 Top-Rated Nonprofit
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Rating: 5 stars  

Wonderful place!! Truly knowledgeable folks passing that knowledge on the rare Foundation Spanish Mustang through internships and daily tours filled with information on these unique horses history. The horses are so well cared for and are beautiful. They also train their horses to show the versatility of the breed, and even take the horses to various places in town (the senior living center and the hospital) as "ambassadors" for the breed, to the delight of those that see them.

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

give them a good grant writer so they could further their educational information in the form of a DVD

When was your last experience with this nonprofit?

2014

 
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