. . . a place for healing the human-earth relationship
. . . a place to recover a sense of the sacred in our lives
It is a place where mists rise off ponds in the early morning, where a resident blue heron flies overhead, and where barred owls speak every night. A place where deer, raccoon, and other wild creatures make unexpected appearances on land protected in perpetuity under a conservation easement with the Conservation Trust of North Carolina. A place where the natural world inspires creativity, evokes wonder, and fosters healing of body, mind, and spirit.
We invite you to make an appointment to visit and experience the land for yourself.
who comes receives exactly what they need.”