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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.

Make a Donation

Star Gazing Farm is a non profit 501(c)3 organization. Contributions are tax deductible.
CFC#: 86412

Farm stories

Read our Farm Stories (or, "The Chronicles of Newman")

News

Urgent need for new barn

Shearing – Alpacas, Llamas, Sheep, Goats

Still haven’t sheared your animals?  It’s getting hot – please contact Anne ASAP if you still need shearing.  Fall shearing for goats and longwool sheep is now being scheduled.  She covers the entire mid-Atlantic region. Her shearing methods are professional and humane. Services include hoof and tooth trimming and always gentle care of your animals. Read more about shearing or go directly to the scheduling request form.

Student Learning Services Hours (SSL)

We offer community service learning hours to young people in the Montgomery County school system! Volunteers must be at least 11 years of age.  Volunteer Application Form.
Frequently asked questions about volunteering, visiting, and more

Featured Volunteer

Meet Blair!

blair-newmanMy name is Blair Stanford, and I originally learned about Star Gazing Farm via the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC). I particularly like working on events that introduce the public to the SGF animals and that promote education and interest in the farm.

Events

Animal Spotlight

Meet Sullivan!

sulivanSullivan is a 9-10 year old black lab. He was found running around loose in Virginia. When animal control picked him up, he was a mess. He was totally infested with fleas, and all of the fur on his lower back and backside had been chewed and scratched off, leaving a sort of ‘elephant skin’. He has grown back enough fur on his back to have a “combover” now, and is a very happy dog running around the farm. Read more about Sullivan.

Volunteer Workdays

September

Saturday, September 27, 9-2
Tuesday, September 30, 5-8

October

Saturday, October 4, 9-2
Tuesday, October 7, 4-7
Saturday, October 11, 9-2
Tuesday, October 14, 4-7
Saturday, October 18, 9-2
Tuesday, October 21, 4-7
Saturday, October 4, 25-2
Tuesday, October 28, 4-7

Volunteer Orientations

Saturday, October 4, 1:30-2:30 pm
Read more about volunteering

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