Facts:

* Tennessee has 95 counties
* Tennessee is the size of three state

 

Because Tennessee is such a large state, it takes everyone coming together to achieve the large task of protecting our equine friends.

Horse Haven of Tennessee is proud to have the opportunity to oversee the

  • Tennessee Equine Rescue Network (STERN)
  • Tennessee Equine Disaster Animal Response Team (TNEDART) in region 2.

 


Calling all Rescues, private farms, boarding and training facilities, youth groups, and private individuals.

Do you have a desire to help horses in need in your county? Region? State?
Would you like to get involved in a network that doesn’t require you to attend monthly meeting?
Are you willing to donate a few hours of your time to help us build a top notch, statewide database that can be made available in the event of an equine emergency within our state?

There are so many emergencies that could arise that could require help from transport to housing. Hopefully we will never have to call on our resources, but being prepared in the event of an emergency can be critical to the welfare of the animal/s in question.

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If this sounds like something you might be interested in getting involved with, please click on the STERN logo above and enter your information.

Donations made to the STERN program are used to help fund food and other much needed essentials to help with emergency rescues or onsite confiscations.

You can donate through PayPal here.




 


 

 

Equine Disaster Animal Rescue Team
Region 2

 

Our Mission: The purpose of this group is to bring together people and resources in the event of a natural or human disaster that requires help for equine in need for the following counties:

 

Anderson, Blount, Campbell, Claiborne, Cocke, Grainger, Hamblen, Jefferson,
Knox, Loudon, Monroe, Morgan, Roane, Scott, Sevier, Union

 

More info coming soon