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Review for Lost Valley Center Inc, Dexter, OR, USA

Rating: 4 stars  

My experience here at Lost Valley has been great! The variety of teachers and people at the community really help with learning potential. The teachers really know their stuff and have tons of experience in many different fields. If you want to learn about permaculture in a landscaping way, you've got it! What about properly managing forested land, that as well. Different types of gardening to experiment with. What about social permaculture, or how to apply different methods in dealing with yourself emotionally or pushing yourself into a healthier relationship with others. Would you like to build a community or ecovillage?? There are people here that have the knowledge and resources to give to your answer or direct you to a great source. Running a non-profit?? Same. The broad spectrum of information gathered here can serve you in any array you would like to focus your life. However, because Lost Valley is a turn-key property the buildings need major help, especially to be more ecological and economical for the community and non-profit. THerefore, funding is needed. This organization has so much to offer and I feel like a good boost would create a whirlwind of movement in the right direction for this area and the world as a whole. Good food, great people and an honest drive to move themselves and the planet forward in a positive, alternative fashion that our current structure does not offer. Check out Lost Valley, it's worth it. And help them out!!!! You won't regret the outcome your help would invigorate..... Blessings. R.

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

Seriously renovate the existing infrastructure which would help with the ecological and economical footprint the buildings create right now. Insulation, alternative energy sources, massive rainwater catchment with a solid filtration system, solar access.

How frequently have you been involved with the organization?

One time

When was your last experience with this nonprofit?


Role:  Client Served & I was a student in their Permaculture Design Course.