Founded in 2008, Koviashuvik is a working homestead and school of simple living.  We offer the Family Sustainability Stay, Programs for Schools, The Simple Life Apprenticeship, The Bioregional Living Immersion for Colleges, and day and weekend craft classes.  Through these venues we teach skills that inspire a lifeway of connection, resilience, and gratitude. Woodwork, wild gathering, tool sharpening, homestead agriculture, food preservation, basketry, fire from friction, leatherwork, acorn processing, rocket stove construction, cooking over fire, humanure composting….  These skills, from all different traditions and times, empower us to choose a positive relationship with mother earth.  
Want to visit?
Teaching paddle carving to summer camp participants
Planting peas with local 3rd graders
 
Where can we be found?
At the Common Ground Fair processing acorns into flour
Demonstrating ash pounding at a living history center
Teaching packbaskets to summer camp staff
Making sauerkraut with college students
And on the land!
Programs through June are cancelled or delayed due to Covid-19. You are welcome to register for summer programs; we will refund in full if we have to cancel due to the virus. Our May Wild Edibles class will be available on video at no charge. Stay safe!

In the meantime and until we can see each other again, here is a link to several easy-to-do nature activities for kids (or adults!) Check back often, as we will be adding regularly to the library