Foster Horse Program


| November/December 2007


The National Park Service’s Foster Horse Program allows citizens to help the horses of Assateague. For a small fee, individuals can choose a horse to support. In return, participants receive a photo of the horse, a certificate and a map of where it lives. The donations are specifically used to manage and protect the Assateague horses and their island home. If you are interested in becoming a foster parent, please contact the Assateague Coastal Trust at:

Assateague Coastal Trust
Foster Horse Program
P.O. Box 731
Berlin, MD 21811
(410) 629-1538
Or online at www.AssateagueWildHorses.org .






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