Sherwood will remain as a whole piece of property as an ongoing community and
gathering place for people with a focus on
education and environmental awareness. It will continue as a wilderness family
camping experience and become a facility for
classes, retreats and workshops
- To insure continued stewardship of the Sherwood Forest property
- To create an entity (land trust, corporation, family corporation,
association, conservation easement, or foundation) made up of Greiner family
members and other Sherwood Forest Family to pursue that mission.
- To protect the natural environment of the Sherwood Forest
- To live lightly on the land: to carefully consider all visual, auditory
and intrusive changes to the land.
Community and Outdoor Education
- To support community and outdoor education for adults and children which
fosters environmental awareness and sound ecological practices while working
together in the spirit of kindness, consideration and support of personal
growth. To sponsor activities in which participants are invited by the
strength and beauty of the Willapa Bay Region to discover their individual
communion with nature and as a result, their personal commitment to nature
- Diversity in the focus of the programs is essential to offering a
Sherwood Forest experience to a wide range of participants. Programs might
include a summer camp, boat programs, music programs, work camps, etc.
- To offer Sherwood Forest as a resource to public and private schools,
outdoor education groups, regional conservation alliances, and other groups
who share our concerns.