NY Times Reports on Egg Layer Cages
The Sunday Times' Week In Review section devoted half of page 3 to the plight of egg-laying chickens, and shines a light on the fallacy of labels like "free range."
Neighbors concerned about a neglected piglet find out that rescuing an animal can be a complicated and emotional roller coaster ride -- this one has a happy ending >>Read More
Also meet two other rescues from last week -- Zoe the pig and Henna the chicken.
Joy Askew Earns Her "Good Egg"
A friend of the farm since the early days, Joy can be counted on not
just for her ability to enrapture the audience at one of our fundraisers
but she's always game for any activity that helps animals. >Read More
Earlier this year, Kara Mergl and Angela Di Toro of New York City visited us and were so moved by what they saw, they decided to conduct a fund drive where they'll match your donations with their own volunteering sweat. Read more about how these ladies are gonna trade in their stilettos for stalls!
|Recent PressListen to director Jenny Brown's interview on the new Live a Damn weekly radio program. It spotlights the many world-changers who are raising the bar on social consciousness and taking meaningful action to create change. |
TICKETS ON SALE HERE
August 21st at the Farm!
As part of our Summer Concert Series here at the farm, The Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger (GOASTT) will be performing live. The GOASTT is the new project by Sean Lennon and Charlotte Kemp Muhl.
for The GOASTT will be an acoustic set from NYC indie band Undersea Poem, followed by Woodstock locals Jonathan Donahue (Mercury Rev) and Amy Helm (of Levon Helm's band) performing as an acoustic duo called Love Is For The Birds.
The concert will be held
on an open lawn at the Sanctuary and advance tickets (highly recommended) are $30 online.
Read a great article -- the cover story of the Almanac Weekly -- about the concert.
With a world steeped in materialism, environmental destruction,
industrialized animal abuse, and injustice, what can one individual
possibly do to change it?
To help answer that question and help you empower yourself, Zoe Weil, Co-founder and President of the Institute for Humane Education, will facilitate our day-long MOGO Workshop here at the farm September 25. Seats are limited, SIGN UP NOW.
$100K MATCHING FUND
DRIVE A SUCCESS!
WE MET & EXCEEDED OUR GOAL! THANK YOU!!!
WE DID IT! We reached and exceeded our goal of raising $100K and we have YOU, and our super, amazingly generous anonymous donor, to thank!
With over 200 rescued farm animals to care for, a hard-working staff to care for them, veterinary bills, utilities, rescue and placement of many other farm animals in need, and much, MUCH more....we rely on our supporters to make all this possible--so thank you!