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for the
greater good

bringing engaging, educational, and accessible opportunities to people throughout our region.

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Philly Goat Project provides
education, therapy, job training, wellness, and community engagement activities
in partnership with the

dynamic and delightful capacities of goats.





Our community is the cornerstone of the Philly Goat Project. We are committed to engaging with friends and neighbors across generations to promote well-being, take care of our environment, and create unique opportunities with partners around the city.

Keep an eye on our events calendar. There is always something going on!
Join our amazing Neighborhood Family Garden!
Learn to grow veggies, make friends and share in creating wellness through nature. Participation is free however a minimum of 6 hours of help is required before taking home your part of the harvest. Contact Raquel at to join us or fill out the form here!

The goats live at The Farm at Awbury which is FREE and open to everyone 365 days a year from dawn until dusk. You can always come to The Farm to see the goats in their paddock or grazing site from the other side of the fence. 

Interacting with the goats in any way is only available during Public Events or Private Visits.




Together, our goats and staff partner with visitors of all ages and abilities to provide opportunities to learn about cherishing the natural world around us, even in the city. Educational programming explores agricultural and environmental topics as well as history and social justice—just check out who our goats are named after!
Want to learn more about our goats and the environment?

Check out our Educational Programs 
Teen Internship Program
Field Trips

Special Education Classes
Want to explore how our goats can support your well-being?
Learn about our Animal Assisted Therapy
Therapy pr
ograms with special needs schools 

Individual therapy with licensed therapists


PGP was created by Karen Krivit and Lily Sage in 2018. Karen is a clinical social worker with 30 year of experience in working with families and individuals challenged with disabilities and trauma. Lily is a funeral director and artist who is passionate about the confluence of sustainable practices and participatory programming related to grief. In the 5 years since its inception, PGP has engaged over 1 million people in goat-centered activities in the greater Philadelphia region.


PGP was created to provide opportunities for urban residents to ​connect to ​nature in a dynamic and novel way by using goats. PGP is our country’s first city-based multi-service goat program, providing animal assisted therapy and wellness events, environmental and educational experiences, and community engagement opportunities across many platforms. PGP's barn is on the grounds of Awbury Arboretum, an historic outdoor space that is free and open to the public 365 days a year. PGP offers a variety of ways that visitors of all capacities and ages can enjoy and experience Goats for the Greater Good. 

Philly Goat Project, Inc. is an equal opportunity organization and will not allow discrimination based upon age, ethnicity, ancestry, gender, national origin, disability, race, size, religion, sexual orientation, socioeconomic background, or any other status prohibited by applicable law.



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Getting to the Farm

The Philly Goat Project is located at The Farm at Awbury Arboretum (6336 Ardleigh Street).


Please park along Ardleigh Street and walk through the gate. Walk straight back, past the community gardens, education center, chickens, and high-tunnel greenhouses. The barn will then be on your right.

Check the events calendar because we are busy goats and often out and about.

Philly Goat Project
The Farm at Awbury Arboretum
6336 Ardleigh Street
Philadelphia, PA 19138


‪(215) 703-8057‬* New Phone Number

Getting here On Public Transit:

SEPTA Chestnut Hill East Line
Washington Lane Station Stop

Cross the street opposite the pond to the north side of Washington Lane and walk east about one block to enter The Farm along a path. PGP is at the far side.

XH bus stop on Washington Lane

Mailing address: 518 Narberth Avenue, Merion, PA 19066


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