One of our founding goals here at Northwest Equine Stewardship Center
is to foster equine stewardship. Stewardship can be defined as “an
ethic that embodies responsible planning and management of resources.”
For us at NWESC that translates to the careful and responsible
management of the equines that are entrusted to one's care.
In order to help our equine community and to further our equine
stewardship goal, NWESC is proud to serve as a hub of information. NWESC
feels that education is an important aspect of responsible horse-keeping
and for this reason we offer a variety of educational opportunities.
NWESC hosts educational series with topics ranging from land
management to equine emergencies. Each series is different and is
geared to provide attendees, regardless of their equine experience, with
valuable educational opportunities and limited hands-on exposure.
For a schedule of our educational series topics, please
visit our Educational Series page.
Even the most experienced horse owners often times have questions
that arise when it comes to their beloved equines. For this reason we
have created a comprehensive resource section
that is full of useful information geared to answer your questions or
concerns regarding your horses.
Youth Groups and Veterinary/Vet Tech Students
NWESC feels that the best way to learn is to be able to experience
valuable, hands-on opportunities with horses. To facilitate this NWESC
has created a unique program available to equine-related youth group
organizations and those students looking to achieve their veterinary
and/or vet tech licensing.
For more information visit our Veterinary/Vet
Tech page or call us at (206) 940-8589.