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Our services include hosting visitors, providing healing experiences with the animals, and a developing program of healing and educational workshops from holistic animal care to engaging animals in land restoration work; from restoring ecosystem balance without the use of chemicals to identifying wild medicinal and edible plants; and from healing through nature immersion to connecting with your own wild nature. All of our services are offered on a sliding scale and pay-what-you-can basis, because we trust in the natural reciprocity that comes from finding peace in tending to the wild. 



Wild Peace Sanctuary is located on a beautiful, tranquil property just five miles inland from the Pacific Ocean on the Central Oregon Coast. The land here is teeming with wildlife as well as being home to our adorable equines. Take a tour of our various land projects, walk the forest trails and relax by the creek, or spend some time getting to know the animals that we care for, whose healing energy will keep filling your heart and lifting your spirits long after you have left.



We run a developing program of healing and educational land-based workshops and events, from holistic animal care to making organic compost, from identifying wild edible and medicinal plants to grief and resilience work in responding to the ecological crisis; from holistic and regenerative land stewardship practices to land-based ceremonial work; and from sustainably removing so-called invasive plants to learning about their benefits as food and medicine.



Scientific research has shown that spending time with equines supports emotional and psychological healing through the natural process of mirroring and gentle atunement. The founder of Wild Peace Sanctuary is a healing practitioner and workshop facilitator who works with individuals, couples, families, and groups. She brings a unique approach to her healing work with our equine residents that does not require the use of any force, pressure, or persuasion to be effective.

“The animal shall not be measured by man. In a world older and more complete than ours, they move finished and complete, gifted with

the extension of the senses we have lost or never attained,

living by voices we shall never hear.”

Caroline Earle

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