Wildlife Education Garden
Vegetables, Herbs, Pollinators
PEEP students also learn how to grow food and attract pollinators in our education garden. Students, volunteers, staff, and animals alike enjoy eating food from our lovingly tended garden.
Our chickens are mostly older hens that we have adopted to give them a good retirement home. Many still lay eggs!
|Who||Children ages 5-17*|
- One 2-hour shift per week
- Contact us for available days and times
PEEP Educational Barnyard
403 Mecham Rd., Petaluma, CA 94952
Explore your love of animals and develop practical skills by learning to care for barnyard animals and vegetable gardens
A personalized lesson, one-on-one or in a pair with one of our
instructors. Instructors spend about 1 hour of the 2 hour time-slot giving instructions and guidance. Then, students practice their new skills for the additional hour while the instructor supervises and provides support. Three 6-month semesters of PEEP are available, with each semester expanding upon more advanced techniques.
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Gouda and Samson
These cats live an outdoor catio and love playing with toys and cuddling.
Montey and Maisey
Nigerian Dwarf Goats
Like our sheep, these goats are a slightly smaller breed so they are easier for our students to work with. Maisy is very outgoing while Montey is learning to be comfortable around people. Both enjoy climbing on any and all barnyard equipment they can!
What is the goal of the PEEP Interactive Learning Program?
Our goal is to help each student gain independence, develop self-confidence and master meaningful skills that can be used in all areas of life. Our most important goal for children is to cultivate compassion, love and understanding of animals and plants that need our support.
Hailey and Starlight
Olde English Southdown "Babydoll" Sheep
These sheep came to use as lambs and were hand-raised so that they would be comfortable working with our PEEP students. They are a smaller breed of sheep, but have big personalities. They love eating chard from our garden and spending time with the goats.
No matter what financial choice families are able to make, all students participate in an equally loving and safe environment.
|Free||“I could really use a little help until things get better for me.”|
|$400||“I am doing ok, but still really need to watch my budget.”|
|$500||“Things are going well for me at the moment. I would even like to give a little extra to help others.”|
Hotline: (707) 526-WILD(9453)
Business Office: (707) 992-0274
A Wildlife Exclusion Service (707) 992-0276
Location: 403 Mecham Rd, Petaluma CA 94952
Mailing Address: PO Box 448, Cotati CA 94931
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