Nestled among towering fir trees and along the shore of Johnson Creek, Jean's Farm provides a peaceful and inspiring place for event hosting and outdoor learning. When visiting Jean’s Farm, you will enjoy beautiful outdoor gathering spaces on the farm and in the forest, compost toilet facilities, a stocked educational and event (non-certified) kitchen including cob & barrel ovens and stove top, and a 30ft yurt with wood heat. There are also expansive gardens, chickens, beehives and a greenhouse for educational opportunities.  

Any group that pays to use the space at Jean's Farm must carry insurance. A signed contract, advance payment in full and official document from your insurer listing Jean's Farm as an "additional insured" are required in order to finalize your reservation at the farm.

Occasionally we are able to negotiate farm visit prices for non-profit organizations that serve low-income communities. Please contact us if you feel that you fit into this category and would like to discuss options.

Access to the farm requires walking a long, steep and often muddy driveway that has only limited artificial lighting at night. Remember to come prepared with clothing appropriate for the weather as well as with flashlights for events that begin or end outside of daylight hours. Alter-abled access to the farm is available but requires advance arrangements.