January 5, 2013
I have adopted two barn animals from Sanctuary One which is how I became acquainted with them. I too live on a small farm in Oregon and help barn animals, but Sanctuary One is a role model for me in many ways. They not only help animals, they help people and the earth. They bring it all together in a full circle which is what care farming is all about. I have been back to S.One several times to visit and each time I am so inspired, and each time they have created new shelters, new garden beds, new earth-garden experiments are going on, there are volunteers scurry around and everyone has a positive attitude. They help children from the area learn about animals and earth - and caring for them. And they bring in war vets to help farm and garden - healing broken hearts and hurt souls. I can assure you if you support this group, your money is being used wisely. I personally know some of the staff and they are just great. Katherine Dunn / Apifera Farm, Oregon
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