Rancho Laguna broke ground in 2000 where all we had was forested land and a tiny shed. However, we were not discouraged and rolled up our sleeves with great enthusiasm. Soon the rancho started taking shape. Our vision for the rancho has always been a safe and caring place for rescued animals. We carried our vision forward, and now Rancho Laguna is a thriving habitat with seven horses, two donkeys, and other animals. We have hosted many rescues over these years, with some animals moving on to safe and caring places while others staying at our rancho.
We are strong believers in sustainable living. To this end, we grow organic fruits and vegetables and produce organic eggs. Rancho Laguna is a peaceful sanctuary where people can spend quality time getting reacquainted with nature, riding horses, petting small farm animals or simply enjoying beautiful Northwestern scenery at its best with Rattlesnake Ridge, Tiger Mountain, and Squawk Mountain in direct view. In July 2012 we filed articles of incorporation with the State of Washington to become a non profit organization, co-founded by Tina Laguna and Anna Lvova. We are now actively developing programs to help children and adults alike through the use of equines living on our Rancho. We help create a bridge between equines and humans.