Dear NWESC Friends – we are currently updating our website to a new and exciting format. In the meantime, thank you for your ongoing support, as well as your patience as we make this change … and be sure to visit our site again in the near future for the unveiling of our new ‘face’!
Don't Miss Out! - Upcoming Events- 2017
NWESC BENEFIT CONCERT - at the Super Cool Royal Room! March 24th, 2017
Featuring: Natalie Wouldn't with The Seattle School of Rock House Band, and The Kings
Where: The Royal Room 5000 Rainier Ave S, Seattle, WA 98118
Date: Friday, March 24, 2017
Time: 7pm- 11pm (doors open at 5:30pm - family friendly until 10pm!)
An amazing night that will highlight the musical talent we have here in Seattle - from the inspiring youth generation in the Seattle School of Rock House Band, to the energizing, fun, get-up-and-dance ska bands Natalie Wouldn't and The Kings. And it's all for a good cause - donations/proceeds go to Northwest Equine Stewardship Center. Come join us for the great music AND make a difference!
For more information, click HERE.
GELDING CLINIC - May 7, 2017
NWESC's next gelding clinic will be held on Sunday, May 7, 2017. For more information, please click HERE.
Northwest Equine Stewardship Center, in collaboration with Cedarbrook Farms and with financial support from The DJ&T Foundation, will hold its next Gelding Clinic on Sunday, May 7th. Serving our shared goal to reduce the number of unwanted horses in our region, we are proud and honored to be able to offer this professional service for a recommended donation amount of only $50!
Since space is limited (15 stallions), don't miss this incredible opportunity, and make your reservation today!
Announcing: An Exciting and NEW NWESC Program & Manager!
In line with our progressive expansion and development goals, NWESC is thrilled to announce the initiation of our NEW Equine Facilitated Mental Health and Learning Program (EFMHL). Once complete, the EFMHL Program will provide interactive opportunities of growth, learning, and therapy for groups and individuals in the Upper Puget Sound region. Its programs will combine equine-human interactions with counseling-based processing skills to introduce new awareness, improved emotional control, and transformation, while uniquely considering the equine health and well-being at the same time.
Amy Schilder comes to NWESC with 25 years in experiential educational programming. She also brings a combination of dynamic experience in nonprofit management and in equine-facilitated methods of therapy. She is certified by the Professional Association for Therapeutic Horsemanship (PATH) as an Equine Specialist in Mental Health and Learning (ESMHL), Equine Assisted Growth and Learning Association (EAGALA), and by the Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA).
Our new EFMHL program will complement NWESC’s efforts to promote wellness and stewardship through mutually respectful relationships and reverence – changing the lives of horses and people forever. Amy will be a tremendous asset to the creation and management of this program, and we are very excited make this program announcement and welcome her to our team!
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