What would we do without our volunteers? As a local mission-driven, community-centered project, having 400 acres of agricultural land to work with has its perks, but the work required for proper upkeep, stewardship and maintenance is immense![Read more…] about Corporate Volunteer Days | How to help shape our community
Answering a Need in our Community.
There is a profound need for adults with autism and other intellectual/developmental disabilities (I/DD) in our community to have opportunities to participate and contribute. By age 21, these young adults age out of the public school system and lose access to many critical resources.[Read more…] about Job Readiness Program | Congrats to our Participants!
Madison Fields, a project of Madison House Autism Foundation, brings transformative Music Therapy of the Rockies by serving 10 wounded veterans, in collaboration with The Wounded Warrior Project and American Airlines.[Read more…] about Transformative Music Therapy for Veterans at Madison Fields
Did you know that certain plants grown close together become helpmates? It’s true. In healthy plant communities, good companions with diverse needs and abilities support each other for maximum health. But it isn’t just plants that thrive best when grown together, people do too! [Read more…] about Growing Together | Lessons from Nature
A visit to the countryside is a great way for people of all stripes to reduce stress and experience an improved sense of well-being. It is one reason why it is so important that opportunities are created for those who need a little extra support in order to access natural spaces. [Read more…] about Sensory-Rich Farm Visits Increase Well-Being in Disability Population