The mission of Brook Hill Farm is to offer equine education to the community. Brook Hill takes this very seriously, as there are over 170,000 unwanted horses in the U.S. alone. It is part of everyone’s responsibility to educate the public about the plight of the unwanted horse, and how to better care for ones they own. If even one horse benefits from the sharing of this knowledge, Brook Hill Farm has done its job.
Learning Station Program
Brook Hill Farm offers a hands-on 2 hour educational program in basic horse care and knowledge to groups and organizations in our local community, including the Salvation Army, Horizon Behavioral Health, and School Groups.
Boy Scout and Girl Scout Groups
Brook Hill offers exciting opportunities to Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts. The Boy Scouts have completed Eagle Scout projects including building new fence, and building a deck. Girl Scouts have completed their Gold Key Award, such as helping to build the Rockin’ Riders arena. Both groups come to the farm to do one day service projects. Brook Hill Farm welcomes troops to come and see what Brook Hill Farm is all about, and to meet and plan a troop or individual project! Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a visit.
Brook Hill Farm offers summer opportunities for local children during the summer. Each session runs for one week during the morning hours, and the session topics include horse care and safety, crafts, and mounted games. Please contact email@example.com for more information.
Group Meeting Space
Many groups come to Brook Hill Farm to hold a club meeting – the farm loves to provide live demonstrations of the work that is done with rescue horses and people with disabilities. We thank all of these groups for their continued support!