Aspen Valley Ranch
|The Gordon Jackson Foundation, PPCF’s newest project, will promote innovative education at our new location, Aspen Valley Ranch in Woodland Park, Colorado. We are delighted to announce that our workshops and events focused on arts, music, culture, and sustainable living skills will be available to the public within a few months, thanks to unanimous approval of our special use permit from the Teller County Commissioners.
Our goal is to create a center that provides high-quality educational experiences to citizens from around our region and to people who visit our community. Programs may include music, the arts, sustainable living skills, forest management, and high-altitude gardening.Working primarily with stone, metal, wood, and soil, we will strive to design innovative workshops and beautiful products that improve the quality of life in our community. Sustained by local energy, people, and resources, GJF will focus on bringing a sense of creativity and an emphasis on human ingenuity to challenges and opportunities in our area.
NEWS AND UPCOMING EVENTS
House Concerts at Raven Nest will begin again in May 26th 2013.
DIRECTIONS TO ASPEN VALLEY RANCH
PLEASE NOTE: The ranch is not yet open to the public, except during special events.
Aspen Valley Ranch is located at 1150 S. West Rd. in Woodland Park, just a mile from downtown. When coming into Woodland Park on Highway 24 from Colorado Springs, turn left at West. Rd., which is the stoplight just past the Donut Mill. Follow West Rd. about 1.1 miles and you’ll see the entrance to Aspen Valley Ranch on your left – two stone pillars topped with metal sculptures.
DIRECTIONS TO RAVEN NEST IN ASPEN VALLEY RANCH
Follow the main drive through the ranch property until you reach an intersection with a pond in front of you. Bear right and follow the road around the ranch house. Raven Nest is just past the ranch house on your left.