Nadmadewening (Support Camp)

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Our administrative campus, where our offices, library, bookstore, workshop, and staff housing are located, is called Nadmadewining, which is Ojibwe for Support Camp. The name reflects one of its primary purposes: to support the school’s wilderness immersion programs. It is also supports our other two organizations, Snow Wolf Publishing and the Healing Nature Center. To learn more about our community, visit here.


Teaching Drum Outdoor School entrance

Main Office

Main Office

Inside Main Office

Main Office in Winter (or is it spring?)

View from Inside the Office During Summer

Eagle’s Nest (Abel’s Office)

Wild Turkey Visits the Parking Lot

Fox Den (staff housing)

Quiet House (staff housing and offices)

Inside the Quiet House

Inside the “Quiet House” Editing Office

Family House (staff housing)

Inside the Family House

Seeker’s Cabin (program participant housing when on campus)

Winter (facing main office and quiet house)

The Shoe House (staff housing)