Our off-grid private spaces and lrg. yoga, living & dining areas are an experience of straw bale and cordwood masonry quality and beautiful simplicity.
Surrounded by Nat'l forest, gardens and wildlife, serenity and peace pervade our mountain home.
•Eco-built Cordwood and strawbale dwellings
•Off-grid wind and solar power generation and mind-blowing starry nights
•Peace, serenity, quiet
•Vegetarian meat-free kitchen
•Organic garden and solar thermal greenhouse
No pets please
Sustainable living enthusiasts will want to explore our tour and consulting opportunities. Wilderness enthusiasts will want to explore local trails and wilderness walks. Yoga enthusiasts will want to enjoy practicing in our spacious yoga studio. Permaculture enthusiasts will enjoy our crater garden in-progress!
Mountain blue birds will greet you and starry nights will see you to sleep.
Interaction with guests
As much or as little as guests require.
Chris, Linda, and Uncle Warren will likely be present during your stay.
Other things to note
We will meet, greet, and orient guests to ensure comfort and safety.
We provide immaculate, warm and soulful living spaces in an ecological design.
This is a sustainable living education and demonstration center with three folks currently living here.
Please leave pets safely at home.
Please enjoy a technology hiatus! Internet is sketchy. Cell phone service is sketchy.
Please enjoy our meat-free vegetarian kitchen.
Please enjoy the wildlife unharassed by domesticated animals.
Please enjoy hiking with accompaniment unless you are walking close-by.
Please enjoy living off-the-grid and turning off lights when not in use.
Linda Welsh is co-founder of Sage Mountain Center, an education center in Whitehall Montana, dedicated to exploring ways of living that are personally fulfilling and protective of the earth. A Registered Nurse certified in Hospice and Palliative Care and a Certified Yoga Teacher with an M.A. in Transformative Learning and Change, Linda is committed to the work of personal and social transformation. Her loves include creating sacred spaces, poetry, stone work and gardening/permaculture, cooking, very long walks, family, friends, community, feeding people and Joe the cat.