Title

An article on Bush Brook Farm in Biddeford, where Mona Jerome, 66, runs the Ever

Authors

Stacey Chase

Source

Portland Monthly

Date

1-2005

Additional Date Information

Winterguide 2005

Pages

34-39

Abstract

An article on Bush Brook Farm in Biddeford, where Mona Jerome, 66, runs the Ever After Mustang Rescue, Training, and Educational Center, dedicated to rescuing and rehabilitating previously adopted mustangs, finding them new homes, and caring for unadoptable horses of all breeds. Each year, the Bureau of Land Management corrals and sells 8,000 to 10,000 of the animals in 10 western states to prevent overpopulation, but not all adoptions are successful. The nonprofit organization scrapes by on Jerome's part-time income, spotty donations, and fundraisers. Jerome gets help from her husband, Bradford, three of her children, and volunteers.

Subjects

Bush Brook Farm Biddeford, Ever After Mustang Rescue Education Center Biddeford, Horses, Jerome, Mona

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