Meet the Human team behind this project:
(pictured with husband, Charley)
Board of Directors:
Martha Daltoso, Educator
Joe Russell, Entrepreneur
Deborah McFadyen, Parent Advocate
Board of Directors
Center for Healing Expression
Meet the Animal Team
Pygmy goats, chickens, ducks, and visiting horses all work to provide therapy.
Gus is our newest goat to the farm. He is five years old, and very friendly and affectionate. He is boss goat.
Bonnie is Gus's sister. She is five years old and loves cuddles
This was the day Angel met China the pony, and Lovey Dovey the mini horse, who are visiting for the Girls Leadership Class.
Muffin is the newest duck, and was adopted from the Idaho Humane Society. He is calm, gentle and good at making friends with everyone. He loves it when when food rains down into his mouth, and he will jump and down to get it down his throat.
Cutie Carrot leads up a team of 14 chickens who lay eggs, patrol for unwanted insects, and weeds. The chickens are Dottie, Sprinkles, Evangeling Lily, Onyx, Eagle, Lucky, Rosebud, Oreo, Coronel Sandra, Daisy, Tulip, Biscuit the Chicken, and Cornpuff.
Caramel, mama goat, aka "the bleet bleet"
Amalie is Carter's sister, and Caramel's daughter.
Carter the pygmy goat is Amalie's brother, and Caramel's son.
Chamomile feeds the pollinators and has healing properties that promote peace and calm.
Advice from a sunflower:
"Be bright, sunny and positive. Spread seeds of happiness. Rise, shine and hold your head high!"
African purple basil is amongst the many healing herbs in the Care Farm Garden.
Join the team
We are always looking for volunteers or therapeutic practitioners who support our mission and vision.