TevaLand Sanctuary Farm is a 501(c)3 non-profit farm animal sanctuary located in the historic Ramapo Mountains in Rockland County, New York. 

TevaLand began as a small sustainable homestead on a woodland property. Every fence and many structures on the farm were constructed by animal advocates on a privately funded “shoestring” budget, primarily using recycled and salvaged materials. This passion and dedication served to transform an idyllic mountaintop location into a safe haven for abused, neglected, or abandoned farm animals. 

Today, TevaLand offers a variety of educational programs which encourage participants to both heal and be nurtured by nature via a mutually beneficial, hands-on, therapeutic process.

People within special needs communities, schools, colleges, and all walks of life have the opportunity to take an active part in the rehabilitation of rescued animals. By helping Tevaland’s animals achieve calm and balance, people discover their own capacity for love, kindness, compassion, and inner-peace.