Monthly Archives: July 2022

Volunteer Coordinator

Organization Description: Founded in 1989, Animal Place is one of the oldest and largest sanctuaries for farmed animals in the United States. As an animal rights organization, we promote the complete protection of farmed animals and a vegan lifestyle. There are two facilities: a 600-acre sanctuary in Grass Valley, CA that serves as a permanent […]

Continue Reading...

The Final Ride: Horrifying Truths about Farmed Animal Transport

The lives of animals on commercial farms are horrendous. But one of the most horrendous parts of animals’ lives on farms occurs just before they are killed. It’s the suffering they face on the transportation trucks that haul them to slaughter. And new numbers are showing that the death tolls on these trucks are higher […]

Continue Reading...

Bringing Education to Your Home: Virtual Museum of Animal Farming

Post Image

  You may not live close enough to Animal Place to visit. In fact, animal advocates like you live all over the country! Strolling around the sanctuary, learning about animal agriculture and interacting with the sanctuary residents is a privilege available to few. So many of our guests have remarked that our brick and mortar […]

Continue Reading...

Live-In Operations and Shelter Manager

Live-In Operations and Shelter Manager FREE housing, full-time Animal Place, 17314 McCourtney Road, Grass Valley, CA 95949 www.animalplace.org   BACKGROUND Animal Place is a farmed animal sanctuary for 400 animals including cows, pigs, chickens, turkeys, sheep, goats, donkeys, and rabbits. We extend compassion to all life with a special emphasis on farmed animals. Our permanent […]

Continue Reading...

The Calf’s Point of View

Post Image

It’s a warm summer evening. The smell of popcorn wafts through the crowd. Country music fills the air. Children with painted faces run off to buy cotton candy. A cowboy on horseback gallops after a calf, bringing the animal to the ground with the throw of a lasso. He ties the calf, the crowd goes […]

Continue Reading...