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Animal Farm as Written by Gandhi


Photo Credit: Sanctuary One

Lisa is a big pig: More than 1,000 pounds, and when she goes into heat she can and will go through just about anyone or anything; so it is sadly not surprising that the farmer who owned Lisa used to whack her upside the head with a two-by-four. What is surprising is that Lisa was …

Sanctuary One internships provide hands-on experience working with people, animals, and the earth. Interns perform a wide array of farm chores, including feeding and herding farm animals, mucking out the barn, moving irrigation pipes and hay, and working in the gardens, to name a few. Interns also help guide tours, learn and practice the principles of permaculture, help rehabilitate and socialize farm animals and dogs and cats, and participate in special projects. Interns typically stay three to four months, but some have stayed as little as one month and as long as nine months. Visit the farm's website at

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