The HALTER Project

Ranch Readiness Day is a semi-annual event sponsored by HALTER Project, to connect Bay Area residents with great resources, information, and inspiration to be prepared and ready for any emergency.

The HALTER Project was established to provide first responders and residents with information and resources for all animal emergencies and disasters. HALTER Project supports training and equipment for first responders and Animal Technical Rescue Teams. In any situation: road accident, fire, flood, earthquake, landslide, or field, trained Large Animal Response teams can save animal and human lives.

HALTER Project promotes individual and community awareness, preparedness, and resilince by providing outreach and education resources to help families, neighbors, and animals be ready for any emergency or disaster.


HALTER was presented with the

Awareness to Action Award

Awarded at the 2016 FEMA Emergency Management Agency Individual and Community Preparedness (ICP) Awards Ceremony at the White House in Washington, DC on September 13th.