OUR Ecovillage Public Tours

Guided Public Tour

The guided public tour begins with a one-hour educational PowerPoint presentation. This will include handouts, reference materials, networking, and Q&A time.

From there we will move outside for an additional one-hour site walk. Note that the public tours will take place rain or shine,  so please dress accordingly with proper footwear.

Additional Information

We love all animals AND we ask that you do not bring your pets on the property for the safety and well-being of all our animals and livestock.

Children are a welcomed part of OUR Ecovillage. We ask that the parent or guardian take full responsibility for their children while on site. The building sites, woodworking shop, and gardens are areas where children must have adult supervision at all times.

We offer a mostly vegetarian, yummy, mostly organic, and mostly from OUR Garden for a recommended donation of $18. Please confirm any food issues/allergies in advance if you are planning to stay on for lunch after the tour.

If you are coming from a distance and wish to book in to OUR Eco-Guest House please book through OUR Food and Accommodations page.

The Guided Public Tour starts at 10am! Please arrive at 9:45am in order to be seated for the start of the tour. You will be walking right into a tour presentation if you arrive late, so we suggest you leave yourself plenty of travel time.


Contact us at info@ourecovillage.org if you wish to discuss alternate dates or group rates.

Saturday, March 9

Saturday, April 6

Saturday, June 1


Adults – $20

Youth (13-18) – $10

Child (7-12) – $5



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Land acknowledgment

OUR ECOVILLAGE is situated on unceded Indigenous lands. The Coast Salish Peoples are the guardians of these lands and waters where we live, work, pray, and play. Quw’utsun (Cowichan) is a historical place of gathering and Na’tsa’ maht Shqwaluwun/”one-heart one-mind” for many Indigenous peoples.

OUR ECOVILLAGE is committed to regenerate land and all ecosystems while acknowledging and respecting Indigenous knowledge that ensures thriving for all beings; we call this Permaculture.

OUR ECOVILLAGE is dedicated to continuously educating ourselves and our communities about the history and peoples of OUR bio-region, to assist in decolonization and re-villaging as a path towards peacemaking, from local to global.