Close Shelf

Who We Are

Bellwether Farm Camp, Retreat, and Education Center offers a model of sustainable living that promotes physical and spiritual wellness, fidelity to the environment, and social justice.


Nestled into the curves of the Vermillion River, Bellwether Farm is a camp, retreat, and education center dedicated to exposing the wider community to the creation that sustains all of life. As a working farm, its life focuses on four primary activities.

Facilities & Grounds

Bellwether Farm is a unique and affordable option for your next gathering. The center offers brand new facilities featuring a green technology, renewable energy, and water reclamation systems.

Get Involved

Find ways to get involved with Bellwether Farm including volunteer opportunities and ways to give.

Winter 2018 Construction Update

It is an exciting time for Bellwether Farm! We are at the busiest phase of construction to date. Back in August 2017, the summer camp cabins, maintenance barn and animal barn were erected. The worship barn is now up and we will soon begin to put in the interior finishes. The staff housing is expected to be finished in early spring, and our new team hires will move into their new dwellings in April 2018! The construction crews will complete the dining & meeting building and adult retreat cabins in spring 2018 and, those facilities will be open for use by the summer.

In addition, our Bellwether Farm team is growing! Back in December 2017, we welcomed Kyle Mitchell on board as our Farm Manager. We are greatly looking forward to working with our growing team as we prepare for the opening of Bellwether Farm in summer 2018!

Our team has greatly enjoyed working closely with our construction partners who are working diligently to get the buildings finished in time for the summer season this year. Many thanks to our construction manager Andy Simons, project supervisor Ron Beal, and our construction team: David Meehan and Shawn Johnson of The A.M. Higley Co.; Ethan Miller and Mike Gerlach from Regency Construction; Dave Bock and Gary Rhoades of Erie Custom Carpentry; Jay and Joe Woodyard from C.R. Woodyard Contractors; Jim Workman, Henry Luli and Dan Luli of Workman Industrial Services; Matt Miller of Yoder Barn; Larry Scott from L.E. Scott Electric; Steve Holmes of Calypso Plumbing; and Aaron Estep from Buckeye Electric.

Help plant the fields, fill the barns, beautify & heal the landscape

Share This Page