What is our Mission/Purpose?
We are creating a safe environment where children and families from around the world, can come to meet, learn and play together in a natural setting. All, sharing our customs, culture and wisdom freely with Love, Compassion, and a desire to facilitate reunification, and healing of the Global Human Family.

Children are the fruit of the Global Family Tree. Our Global Community Center at Living Lake will offer courses, and speakers as tools to assist families in the reunification process. Living Lake will be a place for the children to connect on a familial level, which we believe will repair the rift in the Global Family, facilitating world peace.

From our home in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont USA, we will share our local culture, customs and family values with All who come visiting, and we here will enjoy learning of theirs. We see that All families around the world are very much alike. By holding the space for Global Family Values to be learned and shared, we believe Global Community Centers will revolutionize how we interact, as a family, on a global scale.

At it’s core, both online, and eventually, at the site, Living Lake will offer children and families classes and courses teaching good healthy eating habits, organic gardening, sustainable living techniques, and low impact living. We are a very eco-conscious group! We wholly intend to be diligent caretakers of the land. We plan to create organic gardens, teaching All how to eat healthy, and in symbiotic harmony with the environment, from sowing to serving.

We will be hosting events, local and global movies, plays, speakers, authors, and filmmakers.

A Retreat, Here on the edge of the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. It will be a haven for groups to meet and have a week or two {Or a month or two} together in peace to meditate, learn, share and grow. With vegetable gardens, Horseback Riding, Yoga Reiki, and Tai Chi, Swimming, Canoeing, kayaking, Snowshoeing, Skiing. Summer and winter camping, and Hiking.

We are looking for a location close to Mt. Mansfield in Stowe, Smuggler’s Notch, Jay Peak, Burke Mountain, The Appalachian Trail, The Long Trail, our state capital of Montpelier, and Karmê Chöling in Barnet, and only 3 hours north of Boston, and 3 hours south of Montreal, we will host groups and people internationally.

Please also visit our Partners at the Blue Bulb Project