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For generations, our Ojibwe communities worked in tandem with these horses. In the 1970s, there were only 4 left, and currently, there are an estimated 150, making it critical that we help these horse relatives. In early 2022, a small, Ojibwe-led group rallied together a large community of supporters to help bring 6 horse relatives from Ontario home to their southern ancestral homelands of Western Wisconsin.
Today, we are dedicated to the preservation, education, and reconnection of the Ojibwe Pony. For indigenous people, by indigenous people.
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