PressPeace, Love, & Activism at Woodstock Farm SanctuaryUrban Agenda Magazine, December 2016 The heart of Woodstock Farm Sanctuary’s mission is to rescue farmed animals and to allow those animals to become ambassadors for compassionate living. A Perfect Day in…the CatskillsHarper’s BAZAAR, November 23, 2016 Exactly how to spend a picturesque 24 hours in one of the most charming parts of Upstate New York.Woodstock Farm Sanctuary takes care in taking care of animals in needDaily Freeman-August 8, 2016 The Woodstock Farm Sanctuary rescues farmed animals and strives to teach the public about the effects of modern-day agribusiness.July Jamboree at Woodstock Farm Animal SanctuaryTime Warner Cable–July 3, 2016The Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary hosted its annual July Jamboree.Sheep With Prosthetic Leg Will Inspire You to See Animals DifferentlyOne Green Planet–June 18, 2016Felix gives us hope that we can all learn to see animals not as somethings but someones.Kingston Nissan’s ‘Ozzie Fund’ benefits area animal sheltersThe Daily Freeman–Mar 7, 2016The fund will help raise money for four local animal shelters.‘Baby boom’ of new births at High Falls animal sanctuary after big …Times Herald-Record–Mar 6, 2016HIGH FALLS – The Woodstock Farm Sanctuary in High Falls was beginning to look more like an animal nursery on Sunday.Grass-Fed Beef and Global Warming | Al Jazeera AmericaAl Jazeera-Dec 2, 2015 Consumers should reconsider their choice to eat beef, and not just because of the significant impact on the environment, says Jenny Brown, who runs the Woodstock Farm Sanctuary, along New York’s Hudson Valley.Sanctuary Celebrates Saving Turkeys at Thanks-livingTime-Warner Cable News-Nov 15, 2015 “They are going to have some of their very favorite foods; a variety of pumpkin pies and squashes and berries.”This Farm Fits Injured Animals with Prosthetics – CNN’s ‘Great Big Story’CNN’s Great Big Story-Nov 12, 2015Jenny Brown lost her leg, and says her prothesis helps in everyday life. Now, she helps fit new limbs on animals at the Woodstock Farm Sanctuary.Hanging With ‘Peeps’ At Woodstock Farm SanctuaryHeadlines & Global News–Oct 25, 2015The silly, social, funny chickens adore the co-founders at WoodstockSanctuary who saved them. (Photo : Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary).Disturbing Discovery: 175 Animals Seized from Hamptonburgh FarmTime-Warner Cable News-Oct 12, 2015 Woodstock Farm Sanctuary, where 20 of the animals were taken said now the focus needs to be on getting the animals the treatment they need.Backyard Butchers Shut Down In Orange CountyHudson Valley News Network-Oct 10, 2015 Backyard Butchers Shut Down In Orange County … fate of a backyard slaughterhouse on a Route 416 farm in Hamptonburgh.‘It’s a Different Type of Farm:’ Inside Woodstock Farm SanctuaryEcorazzi–Sep 2, 2015A new short film examines how a cat named Boogie inspired Jenny Brown to start Woodstock Farm Sanctuary. Woodstock Farm Sanctuary to welcome public at Sept. 5 grand …Hudson Valley News Network–Sep 5, 2015Workers at the new grounds of the Woodstock Farm Sanctuary huffed and puffed and labored all summer long to complete the project just in time.Amputee opens Woodstock Farm Sanctuary to care for disabled animalsDaily Mail–Sep 7, 2015Now, almost 30 years later, Brown has been using that experience and channeling it into her work at Woodstock Farm Sanctuary.Laughing For Animals: A Comedy Showcase Benefitting WFSEcorazzi–Sep 14, 2015Woodstock Farm Sanctuary co-founders Jenny Brown and Doug Abel will be in attendance, so expect to rub some elbows with them.Woodstock Farm Sanctuary opens its new digsWoodstock Times–Aug 22, 2015The Woodstock Farm Sanctuary is about to become a Rondout Valley phenomenon. The entity that’s been based in Willow since 2004.Woodstock Farm Sanctuary relocates to former farm, retreat center in High FallsThe Daily Freeman–Jun 21, 2015Amelia the pig gets her forehead scratched by Jenny Brown, the co-founder and executive director of the Woodstock Farm Sanctuary.Woodstock Farm Sanctuary moving to High FallsThe Daily Freeman–Aug 26, 2015HIGH FALLS >> After ten years in Woodstock, the Woodstock Farm Sanctuary has announced its relocation to a 150-acre former camp and retreat center. Pre-2015 Press Nature-Traveler.com – April 2012 ” Considering Going Vegetarian? Visit the Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary”Poughkeepsie Journal – Sept 2010 Cover story of the Lifestyles section about the history of WFAS and the concert series, with Moby playing a live show at the farm. Also see the related interview with Moby.Ulster Almanac – Aug 2010 Coverage of the upcoming music series, featuring The Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger (Sean Lennon/Charlotte Kemp Muhl)Live a Damn – Aug 2010 Director Jenny Brown is a guest on Ecorazzi.com editor Michael Parrish DuDell’s podcastOur Hen House – 2010 Director Jenny Brown is a guest on this podcastNorthJersey.com – Aug 2010 Travel guide, describes a visit to the Sanctuary Rolling Stone – June 2010 Sidebar about Chrissie Hynde’s appearance at the farm with her band, JP, Chrissie and the Fairground BoysNY Daily News – Feb 2010 Animals and their affection for each otherThe Daily Freeman – Feb 2010 The rewards of volunteering at our sanctuaryNew York Daily News – Nov 2009 Coverage of our annual ThanksLiving eventNew York Times – June 2009 Story about My Morning Jacket‘s Jim James’ support of our farmNew York Daily News – Jan 2009 Story about Good Egg recipient Stevie JonesWoodstock Times – Nov 2008 – “Who’s the Turkey?” Coverage of our 3rd annual ThanksLiving BanquetWAMC – Northeast Public Radio – Nov 2008 “Saving Farm Animals in a Recession” Radio segment on our 3rd annual ThanksLiving BanquetAll Animals – Winter 2008 – “Turkey’s Day” Article in member magazine of The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS)Catskill Mountain Foundation’s Guide Magazine – Nov 2008 “Director of the Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary, Filmmaker, Vegan”Cosmopolitan Magazine – Aug 2008 – “Their Uncommon Bond” Learn 23 new ways to love your man… AND a thang or two about the farmChronogram Magazine – Aug 2008 Director Jenny Brown was named a “Local Luminary”Animal Sheltering Magazine – June 2008 “Field Trip: Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary”Guideposts Magazine – June 2008 “Their Mission to Save Farm Animals”The Daily Freeman – June 2008 “For the Love of Goat” (with video)Weekend America – June 2008 “Summer Travel: A Farm Sanctuary” The national PBS radio show visited WoodstockThe New York Times – May 2008 “A Rescued Goat Gets a Chance for a Normal Life”Gothamist – May 2008 “Short One Leg, But Goat is Long on Friends”New York Magazine – May 2008 “Amputee Goat Finds Home with Amputee Owner”G Living – May 2008 “Rescued Amputee Goat Shows Hope for the World”Zoo Too – May 2008 “Goat, Owner Share in New Leg” Amazing video profile of Albie the goat!!Time Out NY – May 2007 “New Yorkers Discover the Joys of Being Farmed Out”NY Daily News – May 2007 “Help Stop Abuse – Buy Some Art” Profile of board member Dan Piraro’s work on behalf of animalsVegNews Magazine – 2005 “Vegan Weddings” One of the magazine’s most popular recurring article, featuring WFAS co-founders getting hitched.