Nokota Herd Fundraiser in Wilton
On November 6, from 1 to 7pm, Possibilities Farm in Wilton will host a fundraiser for the Nokota Horse Conservancy. The Nokota are wild horses of North Dakota who are believed to be descendants of Sitting Bull’s herd. The Conservancy was created by two brothers who have dedicated their lives to protecting this breed and caring for them in vast sections of the North Dakota prairie.
Carrie Brady, owner of Possibilities Farm, and several friends who recently traveled to North Dakota to meet with the herd, including Nicole Miale, Natural Awakenings publisher, will be sharing stories and photos. The fundraiser includes energy work from local practitioners, a singing bowl concert and horse wisdom stories from the Nokota, as well as opportunities to interact with the Possibilities Farm horses. The admission fee is a donation to the Conservancy (recommended donation: $20 per adult and $10 per child over the age of 5). Children 5 and under are free. Registration is required and the address will be provided upon registration.
For more information about the Nokota herd, visit NokotaHorse.org. To register for the event, visit PossibilitiesFarm.com/calendar.html. For more information, contact Carrie Brady at 203-803-8333 or [email protected]. See ad, page 21.