Heartland Farm Sanctuary // February E-News
In This Issue

Do you have a knack for cleaning and organizing?  Please contact Alecia.Torres@HeartlandFarmSanctuary.org if you would like to help with these jobs during or outside of barn/animal care shift times.  Some duties include dusting/washing surfaces, sweeping behind bins and items in the aisle, and organizing/re-labeling the dish room and produce area.  
Schedule your spring field trip to the farm!

Are you a teacher? Or do you know a teacher to share this with?  Now is the perfect time to schedule a spring field trip to Heartland Farm Sanctuary!  Come meet and learn about our friendly rescued farm animals and take in the landscape of our 84 beautiful acres of pastures, prairie and woods.  

Stay connected to Heartland with
Heartland Connections, our quarterly membership newsletter!

Thank you, Evjue!

Heartland Farm Sanctuary would like to thank The Evjue Foundation, Inc., the charitable arm of The Capital Times, for their support and keeping Heartland's doors open for many more farm animals and the kids who love them.
Heartland Farm Sanctuary
P.O. Box 45746
Madison, Wisconsin 53744-5746

For the love of Frances


A young barn visitor gives some extra love and attention to Frances the sheep on a chilly winter afternoon.




Party like an animal for Heartland!
Party like an animal to benefit Heartland Farm Sanctuary! Don't miss our special GALA event to celebrate your Heartland! Moo for prizes, shop for sheep at our amazing auction, enjoy decadent

dining, drinks, dancing and more...yes more! Our fun evening has a serious cause though - raising funds to keep our barn doors open for many more animals and children in need of a place of healing.

Purchase your Gala table or tickets today and have a good time for a great cause.

What to know if you go:
Heartland 5th Anniversary Gala
Saturday, March 14
Concourse Hotel ~ Downtown Madison
VIP reception starts at 5 pm

General doors open at 6 pm


Animal Spotlight: Gracie the Goose

Miss Gracie was transferred from a local animal shelter to Heartland in 2011. She was surrendered to the shelter because her owner could no longer care for her. Her goose partner had passed away, and she was vulnerable to the winter and predators. Now, Gracie is one of the matriarchs of the Heartland barn. She used to follow the staff and volunteers around the farm, but now she has other waterfowl friends she loves to socialize with. 


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