"Living and working at Seneca Treehouse was a life-changing experience for me.
The training, education and environment served as a launch pad for my professional development, determination and self-confidence to enter the trades industry."
Jonathan Platt - Co/founder - Equality Trades - Social Equality at Work
Learn to Build a Treehouse!
August 8th - 17th
Join us as we build our second tree house at the Seneca Treehouse Project. This will be a 350 sq foot handicap accessible, lakefront tree house.
What you will learn:
Building a solid foundation - a structure of purpose for life
Wood framing Carpentry - tools, techniques, and assembly
Plumbing & Electrical
Grey water, Black water, and Rainwater - what they are and how to use them
Morning fitness & healthy habits
Sign up now & get the early bird discount!
Family Summer Camp
July 18th - 22nd
Join Chelsea, Abel, and Scott for 5 days of Family Fun as we explore, build, grow, and play in the lake at the Seneca Treehouse Project. You can book the whole camp, or just a day or two to fit your schedule.
What are we doing?
Building a cobb oven
Nature hike & mushroom hunt
Preserving & bread making
Intro to Permaculture
An experience your family will cherish
Our Treehouse Training programs are designed to empower the leaders of the future with the tools to help their communities live in prosperity today AND create resilience for generations to come. These core classes train you to sustainably develop and conserve the basic human necessities: food, water, shelter, energy, community, and the means to produce income.
"While at the Treehouse, I have learned how to do a lot of carpentry, weld, compost, reforestation, build green houses, earth domes, take care of animals, mill lumber, live in a community, a little bit about gardening, and a lot about love. I am definitely happier here than I have been anywhere else. This place breeds happiness"
- J. Corey Hinson
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN:
Construction: natural building, carpentry, metal fabrication, blacksmithing, tiny houses, tree houses, yurts, green houses, and all kinds of fun functional arts. Learn these techniques as we build the Treehouse Learning Center.
Permaculture: a nature-based design approach that can solve and prevent many of the worlds problems. Learn plant propagation,
surveying, building swales, resource allocation, foraging, and more.
Healthy habits that will help you
look good, feel great, live long, and be strong! Every day starts with yoga, personal fitness, or meditation.
Economic stability: skills for a competitive edge in the
marketplace, saving money, and the infinite possibilities of the Win Win Win business model for sustainability.