Come and celebrate the mighty oaks of Northern California! We will engage in and deepen our reciprocal relationship with these native trees through a two-fold process: learning to care for the oaks and the ecosystem they are a part of, and celebrating their gifts through the making of crafts and an acorn cook off!
Update on 10/10/17:
With heavy hearts, we have decided to cancel this weekend’s event. The Potter / Redwood Complex wildfire is still raging in our neighborhood, and while the land and residents of the Oak Granary are faring well so far, many of our extended community have been devastated, and we’re not in the clear yet.
We look forward to helping our community rebuild, and when the time is right, celebrate the little valley we love and call home. Stay tuned for more.
With love and prayers for the well-being of all the life who makes in a home in our neck of the woods,
The Oak Granary Team
A farm-fresh feast featuring Potter Valley farms, craft beer, cider, and mead from the Potter Valley Brewing Group, and live music by The Fiver Brown Band.
Join us for a lively evening!
Join us for a long weekend of living and learning the arts of wildtending. We’ll spend a long weekend in Owl Tree Meadow, our backcountry camp, tending the grasslands, savannahs, and forests for biodiversity and ecological resilience. We’ll engage in land stewardship projects and enjoy leisurely time with crafts from the land, music and song, fires and feasts.
Join us for a magical weekend as we engage our hands and hearts remembering and immersing ourselves in reciprocal relationships with the land and ourselves.
The Peddler's Theater is a roaming roadshow, and was conceived to bring people together through music, art, story, conversations, and to inspire us as artists and community builders. Betty Seaman is an artist, skilled crafts person, writer, and natural builder. Jan Smith is an artist, writer and musician.
Join us for a few days to lend our hands to the life-giving work of tending wildlands and making beauty at The Oak Granary. We’ll spend a long weekend tending the grasslands, savannahs, and forests for biodiversity and ecological resilience, and engaging our hands with the ancient, beautiful arts that we can enjoy as a result of our tending.
We are excited to welcome this year's group of students from Marin Academy for a week of garden tending, cob stomping, hill hiking, seed collecting, and feast making! For more information about bringing your school to The Oak Granary to immerse yourself in food, farming, and the natural world, please contact us.
In this class, students will engage in and deepen our reciprocal relationship with the oaks. We will learn to care for the oaks and they ecosystem they are a part of, as well as receive their gifts through the making of crafts.
Join us for a special immersion at the Oak Granary, a land-based community dedicated to restoring our reciprocal relationship with nature. This 9-week intensive offers a unique opportunity to get your hands dirty in the wild and domestic realms, learning valuable skills and strategies for regenerative living. More information...
In our final week, campers become champions for the earth through exploration of local ecology and learning empowering ancestral skills. Campers will protect plants and animals by building habitat and oak tree structures. Young defenders will learn to care for the land and its inhabitants through play and exploration.
The first week of camp emphasizes animal life on the land. Activities will delve into the fascinating lives and qualities of our four-legged and flying friends as we explore what the animals have to teach us through tracking, stalking, bird language, and more.
Join us for a day of seasonal tending at The Oak Granary!
We'll be wandering the grasslands and oak savannahs pondering the important role of native grasses and wildflowers, and collecting their seed to help support the populations of these tiny beauties.
Our very own Lindsay Dailey will be traveling to the high desert and sister community of Quail Springs to share her knowledge of wildtending and native plants in this two day course filled with flora, food, and folklore.