Gates open – Edgar’s Mission at home in the Ranges

Edgar’s Mission opened its farm gates to inquisitive kids from Carlsruhe Primary School recently. They were greeted by friendly residents including Hip Hop Bob, pictured.With much anticipation, Edgar’s Mission Farm Sanctuary opened its new farm gates to the public two weeks ago.

Edgar’s Mission began fundraising more than a year ago to bring the increasingly popular sanctuary to a larger and more central location.

After quickly raising $163,000, the task of relocating the sanctuary and its hundreds of rescued farm animals began. From Willowmavin to Lancefield, slowly but surely, pigs, cows, ducks, dogs, sheep, chickens, goats and more were moved to their happy new home – all 153 acres of it.

Late last month, Edgar’s Mission welcomed its first public visitors and its first school student group to the new location, hailing from Carlsruhe Primary.

The 50 inquisitive students listened to thought-provoking presentations, walked the kindness trail and watched smart pigs and clever chickens.

Recently granted council approval for farm visitations means the not-for-profit sanctuary can now welcome the public to the picturesque Lancefield property.

“Our humane education program, Joining the Dots, takes participants on a thought-provoking, non-judgmental journey that

touches on the key issues of social justice, animal welfare and cruelty, sustainability and human health. It takes a look at the complex web of connections that cause people to make the choices they do and encourages individuals to develop their own sets of values regarding how they should live,” said Edgar’s Mission founder, Pam Ahearn.

For more information or to arrange a visit, contact Edgar’s Mission. Tours to Edgar’s Mission are strictly by appointment only.

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