Eco Learning Center

10277 Bingham Rd.
Traverse City, MI 49684
Phone: (231) 620-4775



For More Information Contact:
Jayne Leatherman-Walker

Workshops: Students co-create the environment and the facilities in hands on training which provides each the personal skills with which to live a simpler eco-centered lifestyle.

Community Supported Agriculture: Subscribers support the Farm's basic operations and share in the inherent risks as well as the bounty of naturally grown regional fruits and vegetables. Members are participatory and become students of the process.

Conferences: The Center serves as a primitive/natural environment for conferees working on environmental, humanistic, social, cultural, economic and/or spiritual solutions.

Research: The Center provides interns, researchers and every student an environment in which to investigate/integrate acquired knowledge and/or scientific study into the ecosystem dynamics of the natural world.

Resource Center: The facilities on site act as a demonstration project and living-resource library. Funded by membership, and in cooperation with local and regional organizations supporting environmental issues we are open to the public by appointment.

Retreat: This environment is a place to retreat and to reflect on the wonder of it all.

Farm Land Preservation: Membership preserves agricultural land in a unique natural location pressured by development and sprawl, where living and working light on the land is an experiential part of the educational journey.