Wildwood Farm Sanctuary is a 501c3 non-profit organization that provides life-long, peaceful refuge & rehabilitation for abused & neglected farm animals.
Through our approach of peace and the love of our supporters, our mission is to promote compassion and inspire change in the way farm animals are viewed and treated.
Wildwood Farm Sanctuary is a 501c3 non-profit organization that provides life-long, peaceful refuge and rehabilitation for abused and neglected farm animals who serve as ambassadors, promoting compassion and inspiring change. Wildwood is named after our 98 acres of pasture, forested property and wildlife sanctuary located in Newberg, Oregon. Wildwood Farm Sanctuary was founded in 2013 by licensed veterinary technician Shauna Sherick who has been working with farm animals for over 20 years.
Wildwood Farm Sanctuary is NOT OPEN TO THE PUBLIC for drop-in visits. We love welcoming visitors so everyone can see how very special our residents are, so we make it a priority to hold special events and periodic public tours. When visiting, please allow extra time for finding the sanctuary. We request a $5 minimum donation per person for our tours to help support the sanctuary. Since we have an all-volunteer staff, we’re unable to offer private tours on weekdays, but offer a public tour approximately twice a month May-October. Watch our Facebook page for details on upcoming events and tours.