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The Pacific Rim Institute equips people and communities to live sustainably and care for Creation.

Our work is an every day commitment to our community, the land, and to our God who "through Him all things were made". John 1:3

 

Pacific Rim Institute Purchases 175 acre campus in Central Whidbey

It is official! On December 15, 2014, all the final documents were signed and the Pacific Rim Institute gained the title to the beautiful Pacific Rim Campus.  Thank you to everyone that donated, volunteered and spread the word!

To read more about this transfer and the continued partnership with Au Sable, check out our NEWS page!


One reason that we were able to accomplish this by the deadline was due to a very generous zero-interest loan to tide us over.  We will continue to raise funds over the next few months to repay this loan and accomplish the maintenance and upgrades that we are delaying.

In addition to all the gifts and pledges we have received so far, we still need $38,000 by March 31, 2014.

 

To make a donation, you can do so on our website, or you can send funds to:
Pacific Rim Institute
180 Parker Road
Coupeville, WA 98239

 

 

 

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In Kind Needs

 

  • Flat Screen Computer Monitors (at least 19")
  • Video Camera (either HD or Mini-DV with Adapter)
  • Small four door sedan
  • Hardware wire fencing
  • Sheep fencing (for our Garry oaks)
  • Plywood
  • 2x4s
  • Powered edge trimmer
  • Indoor-outdoor carpet
  • Office supplies: Pens, post-it notes, large envelopes, printer paper, good scissors
  • Plastic Storage Bins
 

Volunteer Needs

  • Garden/Greenhouse/Horticulture volunteer (2-3x/week, 2 hrs per visit)
  • Building raised beds,  Dec - March
  • Painting - Coops
  • Maintenance - Repair of several structures and gates on campus
  • Landscaping - Around buildings, cleaning up beds and replacing with native plants
  • Vegetable garden coordinator (3 days per week, 2-3 hours per visit)  Spring
  • Other: give us a call!

 

 

 
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