Star Gazing Farm Animal Sanctuary provides safe haven to abused, stray, and neglected farm animals
and offers educational programs and community service opportunities to young people.
The farm is located on 4 acres of rolling hills in Western Montgomery County, Maryland.
Star Gazing Farm is a non profit 501(c)3 organization. Contributions are tax deductible.
You can help with just a few dollars and send a gift to the animals!
Farm events, animal news & farm stories
In accordance with Governor Hogan’s stay at home order issued March 30, 2020, the farm is closed to the public until further notice. So sorry!
Our beloved animals can help your garden grow! We collect, compost, and regularly aerate and turn our piles to produce fantastic black gold for your gardens. We do not charge for the compost, but we truly appreciate any donation you might be able to make to the farm to help feed the animals and keep the tractor running. Bring buckets, bags or a pickup truck. Saturdays 9-2 or by appointment. PLEASE READ OUR FAQ before heading to the farm.
This year, due to the Maryland stay-at-home order, we will not be holing a public shearing day. We are working on bringing this to you via video coverage and will announce the link here once it’s set up.
We’ll be shearing sheep, alpacas, llamas, and goats and talking about fiber! You can see the wool as it comes freshly off the animals, learn about skirting, sorting, and see what harvesting wool is all about. [read more]
Hi! I’m Henryka, the most exotic chicken on the farm. I was found way out by the river, huddled under a bramble bush. It was cold and uncomfortable, so I did not protest when Farmer Anne picked me up and took me home.
Workdays are held every Saturday from 9am to 1pm, year-round, rain or shine. Volunteers wishing to come need to let us know by the Friday morning beforehand by emailing email@example.com. Volunteers must have completed orientation and filled out paperwork before arriving to volunteer.
Orientations have been postponed until further notice due to Governor Hogan’s stay at home directive.