Prácticas de educación ambiental en una granja de Oregón ~

1 de diciembre de 2019

Prácticas de educación ambiental en una granja de Oregón

Do you see a future working with animals, but need some hands-on experience? Want to learn more about outdoor education? Our farm internships provide that and much more. All interns take part in the daily operations of the farm, performing a wide array of chores, from feeding and herding farm animals to moving irrigation pipe and bucking hay. Interns also help guide tours, work with youth programs, help rehabilitate and socialize farm animals and participate in special projects. Our internship program is a full-time, unpaid position. A work stipend is available through WorkSource Rogue Valley to qualified applicants.

We provide comfortable shared housing in our fully furnished farmhouse, on the beautiful 55-acre farm. Interns are responsible for their own food and transportation. Sanctuary One does provide some food staples. Internships run throughout the year and can last for six weeks to three months; however, some of our interns have stayed as long as nine months. Many of our interns go on to do inspirational things, like working at Best Friends Animal Society (the largest in the United States) or locally at Willow-Witt Ranch. The ideal candidate will enjoy the opportunity to volunteer on a care farm where people, animals, and the earthwork together for mutual healing.

Please visit to learn more about internships at Sanctuary One and fill out an internship application. Contact Person: Elva Manquera, Program Coordinator

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