We are proud and active members of these organizations....

We encourage you to visit their website and support them also.



Here's Heifer's simple but powerful vision: A gift of livestock and training can transform the lives of hungry, impoverished families. And because our participants are required to “pass on the gift” — give their animals’ offspring to others in need — the benefits have reached millions more. 




Future Harvest-CASA is a network of farmers, agricultural professionals, landowners and consumers living and working in the Chesapeake region. Future Harvest-CASA promotes profitable, environmentally sound and socially acceptable food and farming systems that work to sustain communities. 



LocalHarvest was founded in 1998, and is now the number one informational resource for the Buy Local movement and the top place on the Internet where people find information on direct marketing family farms. We now have about 8000 members, and are growing by about 10 new members every day. Through our servers, our website and those of our partners serve about one million page views per month to the public interested in buying food from family farms.  


Since 1988, the Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE) program has helped advance farming systems that are profitable, environmentally sound and good for communities through a nationwide research and education grants program.



The Land Stewardship Project (LSP) is a private, nonprofit organization founded in 1982 to foster an ethic of stewardship for farmland, to promote sustainable agriculture and to develop sustainable communities.



The American Livestock Breeds Conservancy is a nonprofit membership organization working to protect nearly 100 breeds of cattle, goats, horses, asses, sheep, swine and poultry from extinction.




Founded in 1998, the Colored Angora Goat Breeders Association is the registry and representing body for Colored Angora Goats in the United States and Canada.




Katahdin Hair Sheep International



The Llama Association of the Mid-Atlantic States (LAMAS), was formed as a non-profit organization to educate its members and the public as to the breeding of, raising of, and caring for llamas, and to promote and advance the interests of the llama community as a whole, while maintaining a high standard of conduct. LAMAS is an affiliate chapter of the International Llama Association.




LANA was founded during the spring of 1981 by a group of llama owners and breeders interested  in the exchange of information, expanding the existing markets by educating the public, national group advertising, and just having fun with their llamas!


Alley Cat Allies, is a national nonprofit clearinghouse for information on feral and stray cats. For more than a decade Alley Cat Allies has advocated Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) - the most humane and effective method to reduce feral cat populations.




Joan Fetter had had enough working in the "big city" and yearned for starting a haven for abandoned and abused animals.  She did it.  She opened the first animal rescue sanctuary in Maryland and cares for a variety of animals including dogs, cats, and farm animals.




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