Water for Western Wildlife – The Compassionate WWW

Support CAES and the Water for Western Wildlife (WWW) program.

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We need boots on the ground where there is drought, we need water haulers that can do the physical work of delivering the water.

We will do the work at the administrative level to get the proper permissions to put tanks out in areas, and make sure that you are on the proper list as a verified hauler in that area.

Citizens Against Equine Slaughter started this program with the Heber Wild Horses and after we saw so much wildlife coming in to use our tanks we expanded, and then were asked to start the program in other herd areas.

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer please fill in the form below, or give us a call at 541.315.6650 and speak with Val Cecama-Hogsett. No information you submit will be shared outside of this program.

 

If you can’t volunteer on the ground but would like to help we need people willing to make calls to local farm supply stores near the areas we have water projects, we often ask them to help by donating some of our water tanks.

We are currently looking for an official volunteer coordinator. The program has been so successful for these animals where the droughts get worse each year, that we are expanding rapidly.

As expansion happens, we are also in need of a grant writer, and a fundraising team. Because we do other work exclusively for equines, this program has a budget of its own, and if you are interested in becoming a monthly donor to the Water for Western Wildlife please fill in the form to let us know we can depend on you!

©CAES/WWW 2018

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