Madison Fields is a fully functional farm that offers an inclusive environment where adults and children–with special needs, or not–can play, learn, work together.

ABOUT

Madison Fields provides a rural experience within minutes of the nation’s capital. The site will create engagement with the broader community through internships, partnerships, agricultural learning projects, collaboration with high school students, and living accommodations for individuals.

Currently, Madison Fields features several existing structures including a state-of-the-art riding stable, bank barn, corn crib, chicken coop, tenant housing, a guest house, a historic farmhouse, and two fully-enclosed out buildings.

VISIT

EQUESTRIAN CENTER
MON – FRI
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
The riding facility which has immeasurable value for children and adults with autism and other intellectual or developmental disabilities, wounded veterans, and the community-at-large, is already providing riding opportunities. The mission of our riding program is to foster a nurturing and healing partnership between the horse and rider to enhance the well being of individuals with special needs.

JOURNAL

VIDEO | Employment at Madison Fields: Nathan’s Story

VIDEO | Employment at Madison Fields: Nathan’s Story

This video was created for Madison Fields by an incredible group of film students at the Universities at Shady Grove. Thank you to all who were involved in telling Nathan’s story with such beauty and care.  […]

#Imagine21 Film: Alex Cathcart’s Story

#Imagine21 Film: Alex Cathcart’s Story

Alex utilized his expertise in ethnobotany in his AmeriCorps VISTA volunteer position at Madison Fields. […]

#Imagine21 Film: Adam “AJ” Jones’ Story

#Imagine21 Film: Adam “AJ” Jones’ Story

The #Imagine21 mini-documentary series highlights the incredible stories of adults living with autism and the unique circumstances they face as they age into adulthood. […]

GIVE

DONATE

Your tax-deductible contribution to Madison Fields will help build opportunities for individuals with special needs and their families in Montgomery County.

VOLUNTEER

We encourage individuals and groups to dedicate a day of service to Madison Fields.

CALL US
(301) 349-4007
VISIT US
21355 Big Woods Road
Dickerson, MD 20842
EMAIL US
riding@madisonhouseautism.org

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