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
12-4 at the farm. We’ll be shearing sheep, alpacas, llamas, and Angora 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. Gift shop will also be open. Free, and open to the public! [read more]
Photographer Amanda Clark has captured the character and spirit of our animals in her amazing album of black and white stills. You can enjoy the photos online, or order prints for your home. 50% of all print sales will be donated to Star Gazing Farm.
Raise your hands, now – how many of you actually can’t get to sleep at night until your dog or cat is snugly in bed with you? How many of you have had to toss your partner onto the couch because “there are too many bodies for this bed”? Who among you would rather hang out with your friends’ pets at a party than try to meet new folks? I thought so. So take it up a notch or three and you might just land on a farm. [read full story]
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. The composted manure is FREE. Bring buckets, bags, a pickup truck or a dump truck – we have a front loader and shovels. Saturdays 9-2 or by appointment.
Bart was born in October of 2016 to a momma who had no milk for him. To add insult to injury, he had a birth defect, a congenital condition called Kyphosis, an upward bowing of the spine like a camel. He also had an inwardly rolled eyelid (Entropian). Poor little dude! But things are pretty good for him now! [read more about Bart]
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.
We will be holding more volunteer orientations starting in March of 2017. Please check the web site for schedules!
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