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A place where all life is precious.

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A place where all life is precious.


Located on just over 98 acres in Newberg, Oregon, Wildwood Farm Sanctuary & Preserve is a haven for farmed animals and native wildlife alike. We provide lifelong refuge and rehabilitation for abused and abandoned farmed animals while lovingly protecting the property’s native plants, wetlands, woodlands, and wild animals.
 

Through our mission and the lives of our beloved residents in this special place, we aspire to inspire! Our greatest hope is to help open eyes and reshape the way humans view and treat farmed animals by choosing a compassionate and cruelty-free way of living.


One of the hardest things about running a farm sanctuary (besides the constant cleaning!) is simply getting enough people to care. We're not saving puppies or kittens or even exotic animals like tigers. Most of us were brought up to eat farmed animals. Only a few very special, very compassionate souls can see that every cow and every chicken has a right to live a life free from harm. Thank you for being one of those people. 

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Wildwood Farm Sanctuary and Preserve is the first farm animal sanctuary in Oregon to earn accredited status from the GFAS! This was a very rigorous process which included documentation of financials, ethical

principles, safety and emergency procedures, and a thorough on-site inspection. We’re proud that we meet the highest sanctuary standards. We’re also a 501c3 non-profit so your donation is tax-deductible. EIN #46-1574672

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Teaching children to be kinder to animals today is our only hope for a kinder world tomorrow.

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We are not only dedicated to rescuing neglected and abused farmed animals but also to helping people make the connection between animals, our choices, and the environment through the preservation of wilderness and wildlife areas at the sanctuary. Projects are underway for the restoration of oak savanna, grassland/prairie habitat at Wildwood. It’s a long-term project of up to 10 years but will be well worth the time and effort of restoring important ecosystems and improving habitat for wildlife and native plant species once common in our area.

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