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Are you "handy" & love the outdoors? Help rescued farm animals...

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Graze in Peace


Volunteers needed to help with Spring maintenance and clean-up projects on our 20-acre rescue farm.

Tasks may include:

  • mending & building fences
  • small maintenance and carpentry projects
  • insulation work
  • building animal enrichment projects
  • fixing anything our pigs and goats might have turned their creative energies towards over the winter!
We're especially looking for people who:
  • Are creative
  • Have a "can-do" attitude
  • Follow directions well
  • Are extremely conscientious
  • Have experience using a drill, hammer, hand saw and/or other similar tools
  • Are inspired by our mission of making the world a more compassionate place for everyone
To learn more about our rescue farm & volunteer opportunities, visit https://grazeinpeace.com/how-to-help/volunteer.

Contact us with any questions and/or fill out our volunteer application if you're ready to step in and lend your talents to helping farmed animals and people in need!

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About Graze in Peace


591 Pinkham Brook Rd, Durham, ME 04222, US

Mission Statement

Our mission is to inspire a compassionate, healthy and earth-friendly way for all beings to live together and to share our rescue farm with vulnerable people in our community so that they can experience a healing connection to others, to nature and to themselves.


Graze in Peace is a farm animal rescue and learning center located on 20 acres just north of Portland, Maine. Our current rescued residents include chickens, turkeys, pigs, goats, sheep and llamas. Along with farm animal rescue, we offer humane education, community outreach, and therapeutic Care Farm activities where displaced, disadvantaged or disabled people can come use the therapeutic setting of our rescue farm as a place for healing and learning.

If you love animals and are interested in helping us offer a healing place for animals and people, send us a message today! We'd love to hear from you.



We'll work with your schedule.


591 Pinkham Brook RdDurham, ME 04222



  • Renovation
  • Construction
  • Home Repair
  • Carpentry
  • Woodworking




  • Driver's License Needed
  • Must be at least 17
  • Orientation or Training
  • 8-10 hours/month

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