Whether focused on pets, farm animals, bugs, birds, nature or the ecosystem, sanctuary programs honor the human animal bond by providing resources to care for all creatures and the environment in which they live. Since its inception, the sanctuary has found homes for over 250 animals in need, helped 70 animals stay with their senior owners, and brought free humane education to over 110,000 people.


The sanctuary honors and supports the human-animal bond through our Senior Paw Project, pet adoption events and wildlife resource assistance…saving and changing lives every single day.

Foster an animal in need!

If you are interested in joining the sanctuary’s foster network and making a difference to an animal in need, please contact us at [email protected]. Short and long-term foster opportunities available at no cost to you.

Looking to adopt? Visit Petfinder for adoptable animals in your area. For breed specific rescues, visit: Bark’s Breed Rescue Directory.

And remember…adopt don’t shop!

*disclaimer: Currently, the sanctuary does not have a building and cannot accept ANY animals on-site at this time.


The sanctuary is committed to providing the tools and resources to help care and protect habitats and the creatures who call them home. Whether near or far, our FREE workshops, on-line programming, in-school curriculum, and virtual fieldtrips have you covered. Together, we’ll discover the wonders of the sanctuary and the natural environment right in your own backyard.

Discovery Programs Coming Soon


The sanctuary is committed to supporting and protecting the natural environment through education initiatives and land stewardship of its 34-acre property. The sanctuary has made significant positive impacts on the land and continues to implement new initiatives to foster the diverse ecosystem of meadows, woodlands, waterways and trails.

4-acre meadow restoration

.5-acres of invasive plant removal

Construction of bee apiary to protect fragile colonies

Organic community gardens to provide produce for food insecure and farm animals in need

Hiking trails restoration

12,000 square foot pollinator gardens to support butterflies, hummingbirds, bees and other pollinators

Official Monarch Waystation providing food and nectar for migrating monarchs and caterpillars

Work force of over 600 volunteers