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“I had an intuitive sense that this was a home for me, and that I wanted to contribute to this place.”

—Dan Mahle, former Program Coordinator
Photo © Kenneth Fredrick


Our overnight accommodations for groups onsite include a historic Farmhouse in our heartland; Granny’s, a woodland home; and four personal cabins in the forest. Together, these homes and cabins sleep 28—generally one or two per room. Space for campers with tents is available in the summer.

Farmhouse • Granny’s • Cabins


The fully restored 19th century Farmhouse features a living room with woodstove, fully-equipped kitchen, porch and patio, 2.5 bathrooms, and wifi. There are 7 bedrooms upstairs, with capacity for 10 guests.

  • Apple: 1 single
  • Dogwood: 2 singles
  • Locust: 2 singles
  • Madrone: 2 singles
  • Plum: 1 single
  • Vine Maple: 1 single
  • White Pine: 1 queen


Granny’s is near the entrance to our 100 acre campus and is accessible from the heartland by car or wooded trail. The entire house was moved here in its early years as a gift from a neighbor.

Granny’s features a woodstove, fully equipped kitchen, 1.75 bathrooms, and wifi. It sleeps 13.

1st floor bedrooms:

  • Coyote (2 singles)
  • Hawk I (2 singles)
  • Hawk II (3 singles)
  • Salmon (2 singles)

2nd floor bedrooms:

  • Eagle (2 singles)
  • Raven (2 singles)


Located in the forest near Madrone Meadow, our four cabins are a short walk from our shower house/restrooms and outdoor kitchen space. All cabins include space heaters, linens, and electrical outlets.

  • Bagend: woodstove, loft, two single beds.
  • Hermitage: double bed.
  • Heron: single bed.
  • Mushroom: reserved for garden apprentice housing.
  • Garbanzo: a rustic outdoor, 3-season kitchen for our garden apprentice and cabin guests.

“I have met people that have changed my life forever, that even now in this moment are changing the universe as I know it forever.”

—Sossina Chirhart, 2015 Bioneers Conference participant
Photo © Eric Neurath