Lost Valley Center Inc

Rating: 4.8 stars   10 reviews

Issues: Education, Environment, Homeless & Housing

Location: 81868 Lost Valley Ln Dexter OR 97431 USA

Mission: Lost Valley Educational Center is a nonprofit environmental educational center (located near Eugene, OR) dedicated to empowering people to lessen their impact on the earth by teaching permaculture and sustainable living skills. It is also home to an aspiring ecovillage / residential community.
Results: Over 20 years of history in teaching permaculture and sustainable living skills courses. Mentioned in USA Today, on the Ellen DeGeneres Show, featured on the cover of "Communities" magazine.
Target demographics: Students (adults) who want to learn how to live more sustainably, all-ages event participants
Direct beneficiaries per year: Nearly 1,000 students and visitors from all over the world
Geographic areas served: national, international, Lane County Oregon
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Rating: 5 stars  

6 people found this review helpful

The Lost Valley Educational Center has a vastly knowledgeable staff and is the perfect setting for students to gain a very in-depth understanding of both permaculture techniques and a realistic, first-hand experience in the challenges of eco-village living. I would highly recommend the LVEC's Permaculture program to anyone searching for intense, hands-on education in the creation of sustainable agriculture and communities.

The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...

passionate, committed and extremely well-versed in course material.

If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...

transform the entire planet in a relatively small amount of time...

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