Everyday Wisdom – Equine Evacuation and Fire


By Vicky Beelik of PPI (Plan, Prepare & Implement)

Date: March 6th, 2018 at 6:30pm

Photos by Elle Newlands of Zentography

Where: Malibu Creek State Park, Admin Building (1925 Las Virgenes Rd. Calabasas, CA 91302

Contact Debbie Dimascio –  for more information contact Debbie@malibuoaks.com

Editor’s Note: A report came out yesterday that 44% of the State of California has returned to drought classification. A week ago it was believed to only be at 13%. With the severe lack of rainfall so far and decreasing snow pack, coupled with an usually warm winter, these factors all lead to continued fire danger in the upcoming months. Next Month on the evening of March 6th, Vicky Beelik with the PPI Program “Plan, Prepare, Implement” will discuss preparedness in emergency situations. Be sure to save the date to learn preparedness and how to avoid some of the horrible things that happened to horses during the recent Thomas Fire and others.  At least 30 horses died and over a hundred were badly burned and/or suffered severe smoke inhalation. 



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