Sanctuary One
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Commenced:
01/01/2007
Submitted:
04/02/2011
Last updated:
07/10/2015
Location:
13195 Upper Applegate rd, Jacksonville, OR, US
Website:
www.sanctuaryone.org
Climate zone:
Mediterranean





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Sanctuary One

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Project Summary

Sanctuary One is a care farm and domestic animal sanctuary in Southern Oregon. Using permaculture ethics and principles transforming people animals and earth.

Project Description

As a care farm we have people, young and old, come and tour, learn and work. This helps them, the animals and nature. We are 55 acre property on the Applegate River, with 60 animals currently, horses, cows, goats, sheep, pigs, geese, ducks, llamas, and cats. We are building two 500 sq ft houses for our  cat and dog village that will allow us to handle more cats and dogs. We are  building a 12'x14' load bearing strawbale arch cottage that we may use for many uses. We have strawbale parties and invite the local permaculture community to participate. It will be in a 60'x60' chicken garden with apple trees and comfrey and other plants that chickens like.  We're currently doing 100' hugelkultur row made with the wood left over from the construction. Have completed 200' Sheet mulching for spring planting - last year planted 1000 strawberry plants  and already last 3 months finished adding 2000 garlic plants. 3 and 7 year master plan design just started using permaculture principles. Earthcare, Peoplecare and Animal care managers run day to day operation. Give tours Wednesday and Saturdays talking about animals, the earth, the intrinsic value of nature, permaculture ethics and principles. we rescue  abused and neglected animals and work with them to socialize and heal them and possibly adopt them to a new hope. We use the manure as a source of compost and teach composting classes. We use interns and teach them classroom and hands on animal husbandry, organic farming and permaculture. We are always looking for the best interns possible, if you are interested or know someone who would be great, go to the website and check us out. We plan to offer more permaculture workshops and classes in the coming year.

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