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Seeking: Visionary Creative/Designer To Plan and Design a 'Goat Utopia' at a Black Dawg Farm and Sanctuary, Washington State - During the Spring of 2021, construction will start on a new outdoor home and enclosure for rescued goats at Black Dawg Farm and Sanctuary, a non-profit organization and with global accreditation, located in Rainier, Washington. We are seeking a Volunteer Visionary, who can work with our Executive Director to artfully create a beautiful and colorful rendering of our vision for a new outdoor home and enclosure for our goats, one that we are affectionately calling 'goat playland,' that will enrich the daily lives of our goats, and bring joy to Farm visitors alike. Working with our Executive Director, Kelly Lapham, you will receive a rudimentary drawing of what we envision for this new outdoor space, and a list of important elements to include in your design. It will be up to you to create an inspiring design that weaves in new outdoor shelters, enrichment fun, fun elements like boxes and tires (goats love standing and jumping on stuff!) and more. If you are an artist, love farm animals and want to create a drawing/rendering of our vision for this delightful, colorful and enriching mecca for goats (that will go to our construction team), please get in touch with us ASAP. We are on a tight timeline for a drawing that will be used to secure a construction quote and will also be used to headline an early Spring '21 fundraiser that will raise money for this project. Construction will start: May 2021. Please send a note of hello and tell a little bit about yourself to: Annemarie Juhlian, Director/Community Outreach Black Dawg Farm and Sanctuary email: phone/text: 425 922 1325 Together, we save them, together, we love 'em! Sincerely, Black Dawg Farm and Sanctuary

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About Black Dawg Farm and Sanctuary


12020 123rd Ave SE, Rainier, WA 98576, US

Mission Statement

Our goal is to rescue, rehabilitate farm animals and to educate and inspire the public about their care and welfare. We provide a lifelong sanctuary for our adopted animals with veterinary care, proper feeding, environment enrichment and love. At the same time giving people who might not have had contact with farm animals a hand on experience. We offer learning programs for children and teens, helping them to connect and build emotional and mental well-being through the human- animal bond. You can directly apply at


Black Dawg Farm and Sanctuary started in 2014 with two horses from the kill pen, it has since grown and evolved from there. We are located in Rainier, Washington on 10 beautiful acres of farmland nestled in Thurston County. We are a farm animal sanctuary that provides a lifelong home to the animals in residence.

We do not adopt out any animals.

Many of the animals are not considered adoptable due to age, nature of injuries, psychological and emotional trauma. This is their last chance for a home, where they are loved, cared for and are allowed to be happy individuals.

We receive the animals through other animal rescue agencies, the sheriff's department, abandonment and owners that are no longer able to care for their animals.

We are making a difference in the community through education and awareness. Our Vision and mission guide us in everything we do and how we will continue to proceed in the future.

Besides being a farm animal sanctuary, we are an educational learning center- teaching the public about the social and ethical responsibility of animal ownership. We do this thru educational tours, hands-on-learning, and by hosting professionals who are experts in their field- come and speak. We believe that the human-animal bond is crucial to to mental health and well-being. These animals that were once unwanted are able to teach us about love, empathy and so much more.




Thu Dec 17, 2020 - Sat Jan 09, 2021


This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Construction
  • Civil Engineering
  • Graphic Design
  • Architecture
  • Carpentry




  • This is a online, design from home opportunity
  • Bonus if you have a passion for animals

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