Pamela Rickenbach co-founded Blue Star Equiculture in 2009 with friends in Philadelphia wanting to create a permanent home for retired carriage horses. With many years experience working alongside first nations people in sharing their messages to the world with National Geographic senior editor and author Harvey Arden, Pamela wanted to include indigenous native people's wisdom in developing a holistic and culturally sensitive approach to restoring our connection to our "working" equine friends. From the beginning of operating our farm native peoples and traditional horse people from all over the world have contributed their thoughts about how to go about reconnecting a community whether local, national or global to their horses with pride, respect and compassion. Pamela has lived on the farm from the beginning in 2009 and will always be available to help build and share this amazing mission with whoever feels drawn to be involved and help care for it.
Blue Star Equiculture™ is a 501c(3) non-profit organization. They created the sanctuary in order to offer equine friends, retired, disabled and homeless, a safe place where they can be loved and looked after whether with permanent residence or through adoption, for the rest of their lives with compassion and gratitude for all they and their kind have given in service to humankind.
Find out more at www.equiculture.org