About Us

Past:

Who We Are - Helping Horses Help People

From our beginnings in 1994 to becoming a 501c3 in 2001 we have served the following populations in various ways; Located to Tehama County and served youth and women through local agencies Whatever It Takes After school Program Faster Family support through County Social Services Outpatient support for Mental Health Social Skills for Salisbury HS students Host site for youth services through Probation Department Participant in Annual Tehama County Children's Fair Served families at Shasta Women's Refuge Contracted with Glenn County to support foster children Professional trainings for Department of Education and Seminars taught by EAGALA and OK Corral to certify others in this specialty Developed Five Host site ranches in Tehama and Shasta Counties each ranch serving the population they selected b (youth, families, women and veterans) 2012 to 2016 Development of Strategic Action Plan in preparation for creating the job description for our Executive Director and renewed our legal status at newest Host site Nightstar Ranch in Cottonwood, where our earlier efforts are further evolving through a new corporate entity. 2000 to 2011 From 2001, when Day Star Ranch incorporated, we have been serving the youth and families of Tehama County and collaborating with other service organizations. As an active member of the Tehama County Health Partnership, and the Tehama County Education Foundation during the first decade, we were able to find the need that we could address to assist the clients of the other organizations to succeed. Associates Tehama County Healh Partnership & Tehama County Education Foundation Contracts for Service Tehama County Social Services, Tehama County Mental Health, Shasta Women's Refuge, Salisbury High School & Glenn County Social Services Professional Seminars EAGALA trainings for EAL and EAP & OK Corral Series with Greg Kirsten Host/Affliliated Ranches Cloud Nine Ranch in Gerber, A. Meliora Ranch in Happy Valley, White Horse Ranch in Red Bluff, Broken Oak Ranch in Gerber & Alladin's Legacy Ranch in Corning In 2011 Daystar Ranch held a strategic meeting and changed their mission statement to: Day Star Ranch, a 501C3 supports equine assisted activities by providing funding, training/support and research/evaluation to affiliate ranches. We do this because we recognize the powerful benefits that come from the relationship between horses and humans. As part of Daystar Ranch, Inc.’s mission to support its affiliate ranches and improve the quality of the programs, we sponsored continuing education for EAL and EAP facilitators. 

2011 to 2016

Contracts for Service Veterans Support: The Coterie and Stand Downs , Salisbury High School & Shasta County Mental Health Professional Seminars OK Corral Serie Host/Affliliated Ranches Nightstar Ranch in Cottonwood, A. Meliora in Happy Valley & Daystar Horses in Capay Valley Present: Now registering for Horse Encounters with Daystar Horses With our refined mission statement, to support experiential learning projects that lead our communities to greater unity of effort. We are now offering our unique flavor of Equine Assisted Learning through the projects set up by Daystar Horses and their work to create the curriculum called the Authenticity Workshops. They are also offering Horse womanship lessons and a Co Owners Club click here to see more on their website In support of Abby Wiz Productions, we are supporting the development of the video series based on the books about the horse loving girl that visits the future in the time of the promised Golden Age of mankind. Daystar Ranch has a long history of supporting horse loving girls, and some boys as well, and an even greater passion for bringing about the Golden Age itself. In the present choices we each make we effect the future that is coming. At Daystar Ranch we take this long range view in all of our efforts and believe that through education and healing, the future for all of us can be golden. Future: Becoming a full time rural learning center and a conference/retreat site. To develop a home base for Day Star Ranch that can accommodate groups coming together to plan, learn and act together. To do this we recognize the potential of a well functioning non profit that can facilitate the work being done by many dedicated visionaries in our local communities. The funding needed to support their endeavors can be administered through one non profit whose mission is experiential education for well being and growth.
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About Us

Past:

Who We Are - Helping Horses Help People

From our beginnings in 1994 to becoming a 501c3 in 2001 we have served the following populations in various ways; Located to Tehama County and served youth and women through local agencies Whatever It Takes After school Program Faster Family support through County Social Services Outpatient support for Mental Health Social Skills for Salisbury HS students Host site for youth services through Probation Department Participant in Annual Tehama County Children's Fair Served families at Shasta Women's Refuge Contracted with Glenn County to support foster children Professional trainings for Department of Education and Seminars taught by EAGALA and OK Corral to certify others in this specialty Developed Five Host site ranches in Tehama and Shasta Counties each ranch serving the population they selected b (youth, families, women and veterans) 2012 to 2016 Development of Strategic Action Plan in preparation for creating the job description for our Executive Director and renewed our legal status at newest Host site Nightstar Ranch in Cottonwood, where our earlier efforts are further evolving through a new corporate entity. 2000 to 2011 From 2001, when Day Star Ranch incorporated, we have been serving the youth and families of Tehama County and collaborating with other service organizations. As an active member of the Tehama County Health Partnership, and the Tehama County Education Foundation during the first decade, we were able to find the need that we could address to assist the clients of the other organizations to succeed. Associates Tehama County Healh Partnership & Tehama County Education Foundation Contracts for Service Tehama County Social Services, Tehama County Mental Health, Shasta Women's Refuge, Salisbury High School & Glenn County Social Services Professional Seminars EAGALA trainings for EAL and EAP & OK Corral Series with Greg Kirsten Host/Affliliated Ranches Cloud Nine Ranch in Gerber, A. Meliora Ranch in Happy Valley, White Horse Ranch in Red Bluff, Broken Oak Ranch in Gerber & Alladin's Legacy Ranch in Corning In 2011 Daystar Ranch held a strategic meeting and changed their mission statement to: Day Star Ranch, a 501C3 supports equine assisted activities by providing funding, training/support and research/evaluation to affiliate ranches. We do this because we recognize the powerful benefits that come from the relationship between horses and humans. As part of Daystar Ranch, Inc.’s mission to support its affiliate ranches and improve the quality of the programs, we sponsored continuing education for EAL and EAP facilitators. 

2011 to 2016

Contracts for Service Veterans Support: The Coterie and Stand Downs , Salisbury High School & Shasta County Mental Health Professional Seminars OK Corral Serie Host/Affliliated Ranches Nightstar Ranch in Cottonwood, A. Meliora in Happy Valley & Daystar Horses in Capay Valley Present: Now registering for Horse Encounters with Daystar Horses With our refined mission statement, to support experiential learning projects that lead our communities to greater unity of effort. We are now offering our unique flavor of Equine Assisted Learning through the projects set up by Daystar Horses and their work to create the curriculum called the Authenticity Workshops. They are also offering Horse womanship lessons and a Co Owners Club click here to see more on their website In support of Abby Wiz Productions, we are supporting the development of the video series based on the books about the horse loving girl that visits the future in the time of the promised Golden Age of mankind. Daystar Ranch has a long history of supporting horse loving girls, and some boys as well, and an even greater passion for bringing about the Golden Age itself. In the present choices we each make we effect the future that is coming. At Daystar Ranch we take this long range view in all of our efforts and believe that through education and healing, the future for all of us can be golden. Future: Becoming a full time rural learning center and a conference/retreat site. To develop a home base for Day Star Ranch that can accommodate groups coming together to plan, learn and act together. To do this we recognize the potential of a well functioning non profit that can facilitate the work being done by many dedicated visionaries in our local communities. The funding needed to support their endeavors can be administered through one non profit whose mission is experiential education for well being and growth.