STARTS WITH YOU
KINDNESS and COMPASSION
In response to COVID-19 EPIC Outreach and One EPIC Farm are limiting visits to special circumstances and pre-arranged. There is a hand washing station for cleaning hands and sanitizer available for anyone that enters and leaves the location. At this time there are no school visits.
EPIC Outreach exists to inspire compassion by sharing information to create a kinder world for people, animals, and the planet.
EPIC Outreach teaches kindness through humane education outreach by visiting the classroom in schools, after school programs, Girl Scout Troops, summer camps, and more.
EPIC Outreach believes in building the human animal bond through direct encounters with people and animals through humane education outreach. By bringing pets into the classroom or having people visit the Education Farm Sanctuary kids and adults are able to connect directly with animals they might not ever have a chance to meet like Pumpkin the Guinea Pig, Oliver the Pig, or a few of the Equine Friends at One EPIC Farm.
Teaching people kindness to each other, animals, and the planet sparks compassion within which ripples out to the world.
We share messages of kindness through self-published children's books that teach about adoption, rescue, discrimination, and doing your research before adopting a pet like a pig. Each book is written after one of the animals that have been rescued or adopted through EPIC Outreach. The stories are true "tails" with positive messages with impact.
Children's books not only teach messages of compassion, but they encourage kids to read building their readership skills. Adults like the books too and often learn alongside the kids.
EPIC Outreach often gives the books away to the kids in the classroom or by donating them to schools.
To get a copy of one of the books or help us by sponsoring the purchase of books for the classroom click the link to learn more.
Thank You to our Sponsors
HAPPY MOOSE GARDEN ART
It has always been a Vision and Dream
to have an Education Farm Sanctuary
One EPIC Farm started in 2019 with an adopted horse, a foster horse, a stray pig named Oliver, and a few rescued chickens. Learn more and how you can help make a difference for more farm animals and come for a visit!