Our mission is to cultivate place, nurture community, and co-create experiences which grow our human capacity for compassionate, courageous action. Our 108 acre campus has been a home for transformative learning since 1972.
Explore our 108 acre trail system (map PDF, 411 KB). Out of respect for wildlife and other trail users, please leave dogs, bikes, and horses at home.
See the history of the Whidbey Institute and its predecessor, the Chinook Learning Community.
These titles have served to help evolve our organizational culture or were written by program partners leading work here, our founders, or our senior fellows.
Make a program inquiry for a multi-day reservation on our main campus or a daytime or evening gathering at Storyhouse.
These upcoming gatherings are free (or by donation) and open to our community. We look forward to having you with us soon!
Learn how we stewarded your investment in 2016, and read inspiring stories from a year of place, community, and transformational learning experiences.