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Soak in a Summer Sound Bath in the Pines

Soak in a Summer Sound Bath in Shaver Lake @ The Museum of the Sierra (Camp Edison turn-off) Relax in the Pines with Yoga Nidra while the healing vibrations of crystal singing bowls, chimes, bells, and a symphonic gong invite…

Tori Lysdahl-Goss

My name is Tori Lysdahl-Goss. I was raised in Shaver Lake and graduated from both Big Creek Elementary and Sierra High School. After many years away pursuing my career as a professional singer and actress, in 2013 I and my husband, David Goss, returned to Shaver, becoming full-time residents of Ockenden Ranch.

Museum Nature Trail Cleanup Workday

Come out to the Museum and help get the trails and grounds in shape. They need some love and we need your help. This is a two day event and you may register for one day or two days. Saturday,…

Tara Schram

Goat racing, scratching the pigs with sticks through the fence, feeding the chickens, walking down the dirt road with my mom who said “If I could give you a pill that would keep you this age forever, would you take it?”

Ed Hanson

We had long yearned to have our own slice of heaven in the Sierras. A place where we could create a homestead, raise our two kids, and enjoy our lives under the canopies of the large sugar pines, firs, and cedars.

Jem Bluestein

My name is Jem Bluestein and I live down in beautiful downtown Academy right off Highway 168. Our music and arts community owns 100 acres out on Sugarloaf and 134 acres on Musick Creek below Dogwood Mountain subdivision.