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.
We are currently working with a variety of program partners. These organizations include Breakthrough Schools, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine’s Urban Health Initiative, The Cleveland Museum of Natural History, Oberlin College and the Oberlin Project, Project Summit, Inc. / Donovan’s Kids Camp, Urban Community School, and the Western Reserve Land Conservancy among others.
The most vital partners in this project are the 16,000 members of the Diocese of Ohio and the philanthropic and community leaders whose support and participation are helping to make this vision a reality.
Bellwether Farm is a model of green technology featuring passive buildings, renewable energy, and more. It is a vehicle through which we can teach the wider community about fidelity to the environment, nutrition, physical and spiritual wellness, local food sourcing, food justice, and sustainable living.
Volunteer around Bellwether Farm. Opportunities are posted as they become available.