Keeping our rescued elephants stimulated is one of the WFFT’s Elephant Refuge main priorities. Recently the staff and volunteers have been installing grass feeding areas throughout WFFT’s largest elephant habitat, the 44-acre Project 4. In the wild elephants spend many ours each day foraging and grazing, we try to encourage these natural foraging behaviors by feeding our herd throughout the day in different areas of their enclosures. Take a look at Alicia and Malai enjoying some freshly harvested juicy green grass.