Saturday, April 8, 2023

Easter Helpers

 All the Easter bunnies helping out!!

Some more bunnies...

Making new bunny friends

Tuesday, March 28, 2023

New Llama


Welcome our new llama who came with the name Millie.  We currently have another llama named Millie and have permission to change her name.  Millie is the first llama to the left. So far, the names submitted have been Cinnamon, Sugar, Spot, Snowball, GC, Ginger, Flower and Sadie.  We have a vote this weekend for a new name.  What do you think? Come visit us to meet her!

Sunday, March 19, 2023

 This white duck was found abandoned at cherry creek state park, before adopting a new animal it is important to do proper research into the care and housing of that animal. leaving a domestic breed in the wild is almost always a death sentence. he is welcomed by our group and has a home with us, welcome Mr. Rodgers we are glad you're happy to be in be neighborhood.


Saturday, March 18, 2023

Llamas in the sun

 Roo and Millie soaking in the sun.  Are there a few spots of green peaking up in honor of St Patrick's day?

Monday, February 13, 2023

Rowdy Adopted

Volunteer Andrew helps escort Rowdy on his journey to Larkspur.
Cornelius and his wife adopted Ace a couple of years ago to be a companion for their goat.  When their goat passed they requested Rowdy come join Ace at their place.  You may remember that several years ago Ace and Rowdy were driven here from New Mexico to keep them safe.  Rowdy then had crypt-orchid surgery and recovered nicely.  We are waiting on pictures of his reunion with Ace and will update blogpost.

Friday, January 27, 2023

Willow's New Life!


Our friend Willow has found a home, and we are happy to report she's doing good! She has a new friend named Penny and hasn't been a trouble-maker! While she is still getting to know her surroundings at her new home, she LOVES her insulated goat house. We're happy to see Willow doing so good!
Here's Penny, Willows new friend!

More About AmeriCorps!


Must be the ages of 18-26 to participate in the following service job.

AmeriCorps has three types of services: Traditonal Corps which is 10 months of service or 11 months as a team leader, FEMA Corps 12 months of service, and Summer Service from June 12th, 2023 to August 9th, 2023.

Depending on which service you enroll in will depend on where you work, and what you're working on.

    Summer Service will be a hands on project to help the environment around us.

    Traditional Corps work alongside with nonprofits, state and municipal governments, tribal organizations, and faith-based groups. Traditional Corps are more hands on, and they travel to one of the four regions of the USA.

    FEMA Corps work directly with FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) for disaster preparedness and response projects. They serve in an administrative capacity, usually in an office type of setting. They travel throughout the whole states.

If you're interested in any of the following services we recommend taking a look at their website for more information: AmeriCorps