Immersion Learning in Wilding Village
Four rustic cabins nestled in the woods on Wild Roots Farm make up Wilding Village. This is the housing offered during our farm immersion programs and workshops.
Scotch Plot cabin
Large stone steps give way to a small airy cabin nestled along the trail. This cabin’s name comes from old documents calling this land “the scotch plot” presumably because it was settled by Scots. The cabin sleeps 2 people.
This one sleeps two guests and is a small beautiful cabin painted with magical creatures. The space shines with creativity and imagination! It is overlooking a rock ledge into the woods.
Bracken Fern Cabin
Nestled farther along the path this cabin was the old Growing Wild schoolhouse when the farm hosted weekly homeschool programs. The charcoal drawings of kids who learned on the farm can still be seen on the outside walls. This cabin sleeps 2-3 people and has a small wood stove for heat on chilly nights.
This cabin is named after one of our beautiful past Scottish Highland bulls and an Island in Scotland. It is the largest in size furnishd with a small cook stove, rainwater collection system with a small sink and table to eat at. Sleeps 2 people.