Our Whidbey Island campus, one hour north of Seattle, has served as a home for transformational learning since 1972. Our location supports an engaged, vibrant local community with a cultural and learning hub; invites a growing urban population looking for nature connection and contemplative space; and lets us partner with a vibrant network of program leaders working in the areas of leadership development, ecosystem vitality, community resilience, and more.
We exist for those who sense the urgency and responsibility of our time and feel called to respond.
- Over 80 organizations and program leaders held their work here.
- Over 1,250 people shared home in our cabins and houses.
- 250 camped in our meadows.
- 1,000 more joined us for single-day community events and gatherings.
- We had scheduled activities on 90% of days in 2016, pausing only for holidays and land/facilities care.
“The work of maturing ourselves, our structures, and the cultures into which we invite new generations is urgent and ongoing. This is big work, and it requires all of us.”
Heather Johnson, executive director