Upcoming Events

  • October 10, 2015 10:30 amPie making has been CANCELLED
  • October 12, 2015New Moon Gathering
  • October 12, 2015 1:30 pmBaling Twine Wreath-Making
  • November 7, 2015 7:00 pmFamily Country Dance
  • November 11, 2015New Moon Gathering
  • November 14, 2015 10:30 amOSLSS SEW Crafty!: making aprons or pie carriers
AEC v1.0.4

Recall the honeybees'
Source in Spirit
Be calm in their mystery
Provide their natural circumstances
As best you can
Allow their natural tendencies to emerge
Refrain from manipulating them
Keep selfish ends in check
They are connected
To all things...

Poet Michael Goldman reminds us that effective beekeeping requires being calm, centered, and aware - qualities enhanced through the practice of meditation.
Visit Short Course for the full poem.

studying bees at Camp Eureka

Watching honeybees at work can be a mesmerizing experience. Last summer's Camp Eureka campers were quietly intrigued as they studied bees at work in an observation hive. Learn how to keep your own bees on March 14, and how to create your own meadow to support birds, butterflies, and bees on March 21.

Motherhouse – A Time… A Place… A Support… for Nurture

making connections with Self, Family, Community, and our Mother Earth

2015 Camp Registration is OPEN!

from cow to butter

See our Camp Eureka scrapbook report on how we made butter; from milking a cow, to separating cream, to churning, and so much MOOre!!!

Where Farm and Fun Collide

Camp Eureka campers raise their hand-carved wooden spoons in triumph after an afternoon Lost Arts workshop with Joe Brien.

carved wooden spoons
corn to butter

from cornfield to freshly baked corn bread ...discover, appreciate, and understand the world through immersive education, multi-generational contact, and creative exploration of farm and nature... at CAMP EUREKA