Mustangs To The Rescue is pleased to announce that our organization has adopted a one mile section of Highway 126 between Redmond and Sisters, through Oregon Department of Transportation’s Adopt a Highway Program. The Adopt a Highway program provides citizens who are concerned about our environment an opportunity to clean up litter along state highways. Mustangs To The Rescue’s all-volunteer crew will be cleaning up litter along the state highway throughout the year.
“Mustangs To The Rescue is so much more than just an equine rescue” says Kate Beardsley, Executive Director of Mustangs To The Rescue. “Our volunteers are involved in a variety of service project because we believe in protecting our environment and giving back to the community that supports our work. We usually have a service project planned every week and many are open to members of the public.”
“The Adopt a Highway litter patrol is just one of the ways our organization can provide opportunities for the public to become involved in community service projects and is just one of the ways that our volunteers help our community.” said Lene Banke-Fornalski, Adopt a Highway Coordinator for Mustangs To The Rescue
For further information on this on-going volunteer activity and to reserve a spot on the crew, please contact our volunteer coordinator, Angela Runk, at 541-480-3540 or Volunteer@MustangsToTheRescue.org