Maine Local Living School: An Educational Homestead
This land, hilly and rocky, was once hunting and trapping grounds of the Wabanaki peoples who farmed corn, beans, and squash on the nearby floodplains of the Sandy River. The homestead is the heart of our facility and the physical source of all our buildings and well-being. There are untouched forests and bogs, managed sugar maple and chestnut groves, goat pastures, fruit trees, berry plantings and gardens.
Cree Lodge—Home to Semester Students and Apprentices