TGMR is a little window of heaven in a busy world

entrance-for-tgmrSet on 15 beautiful acres in Orefield, PA, the ranch is a permanent home for over 50 animals rescued from abuse or neglect. For many sanctuaries, this would be the end of the mission. But TGMR takes the rescuing one step further. The animals are trained and socialized to become co-therapists for people suffering from emotional or mental trauma. In essence, the animals, who were once unwanted, find a new life by helping others.

 

Open Gate Farm Tour 2016

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Sunday October 16, 2016
1pm-5pm Rain or Shine

Help Support The Animals at
The Gress Mountain Ranch

Stop in, bring your family and friends, and enjoy some food, beverages, petting zoo, raffle, pony rides, and baked goods

Live Music by BEDLAM BLUES BAND

YOGA BY WENDY

Animal Blessings at 2pm & 3pm

Download flyer (PDF)

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3264 Highland Rd, Orefield PA 18069
For details, contact us at 610 398-2122 or email gressranch@gmail.com

Register for Ranch Camp 2016!

Gress_Camp16_image_v2For kids entering 3rd – 10th grades

Enjoy a fun-filled week on a real working ranch! Activities include horsemanship, donkey cart rides, alpaca-felting, scavenger hunts and more! Learn the care and feeding of pigs, donkeys, goats, alpacas and horses. Shadow a real veterinarian and see his mobile vet clinic. Learn about responsible pet ownership and build your leadership skills. Daily themes include Team Work and The Spirit of Volunteerism. On the final day, we’ll celebrate with a lunch party and a day of games.

Registration is now open. Three weeks to choose from. Cost $200 per week. Sponsorships may be available for low-income families. Contact us for details.

July 11-15, 2016
9 am to 2 pm

OR

August 1-5, 2016
9 am to 2 pm

Contact The Gress Mountain Ranch for a registration package.
610-398-2122
GressRanch@gmail.com

Put “Ranch Camp” in the subject line.


The Gress Mountain Ranch is a sanctuary where abused and neglected animals are given life-long care to recover and thrive. In turn, the animals become therapy animals and have a big job to help people learn to improve their self-worth, communication skills, and learn respect for all livings beings.