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We are celebrating 4 decades of OWL Farm, a women's land held by OWL Trust. We invite womyn to come to OWL Farm for a 5 day gathering for remembering, discovering, and rejoicing in the herstory and the beauty of OWL’s meadows, forests, wildlife, and womyn’s space since 1976!


There will be workshops, nature hikes, storytelling, song circles, meditation, yoga, art & altar making, and much more! 

OWL Farm is 147 acres of gorgeous mixed conifer & ancient Madrone forest and sprawling meadows near Canyonville, OR. The land is off the grid and in a remote location/a green oasis in clear-cut country. We are asking for a suggested registration donation of $40 for the 5 day gathering (less if you can't more if you can). Women will need to plan for tent or car camping, and some campsites will require hiking or shuttling to and from the main gathering areas. Water, solar electricity, and cell phone reception are available but limited. We will provide potable water but bringing some of your own drinking water is suggested. We will provide vegetarian meals at a sliding scale cost of $10-$20 per day (less if you can't more if you can), but those with special dietary needs will need to bring their own supplementary foods. Please bring your own reusable plate, bowl, cup, and utensils and a tote bag with your name on it for storage. We will have canopied gathering and dining spaces. No open campfires will be allowed. Be prepared to protect yourself from ticks, poison oak and sun. Dogs and off-grid RVs under 25' are allowed on a case by case basis, please let us know in your registration form if you will need to bring your dog or RV.

The number of women living at or visiting OWL Farm has diminished over the years, so it will be incredibly restoring and magical to have many womyn together on the land for the gathering!

If tent/car camping will not work for you or if you would like to be able to hook up your RV, below are some local options to consider:




Later Event: August 28
Late Summer Garden Party Fundraiser