TENMILE VISION: REWILD. RECONNECT.
A RETREAT INTO THE NATURAL WORLD
Our vision for the Tenmile property is a solar-powered nature retreat with a revenue-generating farm and possible mushroomery, all wondrously nestled in rewilded forestland that was formerly a human homestead from the not-so-distant past.
We have 64 acres of beautiful coastal land, ready to be returned to the natural world.
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A REGENERATIVE ENDEAVOUR
With climate change continuing its devastation around the the globe, we now know that we must look to the Earth to sequester the carbon the threatens our very future.
Worthy Garden Club's Operation Appleseed initiative, with the goal of planting 1,000,000 trees from the Cascades to the Coast, will ensure that thousands of native mixed-species trees are planted right on our Tenmile property and neighboring areas.
Delving deeper into the Earth, we'll insure that organic,
Regenerative Agriculture practices on our working Organic Farm will rejuvenate the soil and further allow the planet to naturally sequester carbon from the atmosphere.
A two-story, main lodge with terraced decking leading to a small apple orchard in the floodplain. The main floor houses a kitchen, meeting and utility room. The upstairs will include two bedrooms and an office space.
Barn #2: Wood/tool shop with upstairs efficiency apartment (bed, shower, kitchen, toilet).
Barn #3: Supplies with upstairs efficiency.
Barn #4: Vehicle storage with upstairs efficiency.
Building #5: Solar batteries, pump house.
Building #6: Potential "Shroom Shed"
Greenhouses for herb and veggie production.
Solar field in the northwest quadrant of the
East Meadow. Conduit will run to the battery
bunker across a newly-built bridge on
Possible paddock in the East meadow for horses,
providing manure for fungi production.
Reforestation of all acreage south of Tenmile Creek
and most of the northern meadow excluding solar
field (with sunlight buffer) and possible horse paddock.
Possible walking bridge over Tenmile Creek.
Propane backup storage area.