NPSO 2019 Annual Meeting
July 12-14 Klamath-Siskiyou Mountains
The annual meeting will be based at Pacifica: A Garden in the Siskiyous near the town of Williams, south of Grants Pass. It is 25 minutes from Grants Pass, 45 minutes from Medford, and 1 ¼ hours from Ashland. The mission statement for this non-profit organization is:
A unique 400 plus acre natural reserve dedicated to education and to the celebration of the environment, plants, the arts, and community.
The grounds are open to the public during the day for hiking, fishing, disc-golf, and horseback riding and include a developing botanical garden and a plant nursery, Forestfarm Nursery. Pacifica holds environmental education programs on site and operates the Caterpillar, an adorable mobile educational unit. It is also home to the Pacific Arts Guild. Our meeting will be held in the cedar-lined Great Hall with vaulted ceilings and views of the Siskiyous.
Pacifica offers unlimited tent and vehicle-based camping for participants as well as four RV hookups with electricity and water, but no sewer. Please call Kristi before registering to secure your RV hookup rental: (541) 941-3744.
A bathhouse is under construction but unfortunately, due to grant funding, it will not include as many showers as we hoped. We are working with the owners to provide additional propane hot water and solar showers to supplement the two bathhouse showers. Please consider bringing your own solar shower. The bathhouse will be ADA accessible.
Two housing rentals are on site: The Steve Miller Apartment (2 bedroom, 6 beds, 1 bath) and The Pond House, a 4000 sq. ft. home overlooking a large pond and the Siskiyous.
See the Lodging page for more details and contact information to reserve these houses.
Map to Pacifica