Welcome to Pacific Rim Institute!

The Pacific Rim Institute equips people and communities to live sustainably and care for Creation.

Our work is an every day commitment to our community, the land, and to our God who "through Him all things were made". John 1:3


We have some exciting news, with the potential for even better news in a few weeks!

With your help, we can purchase the Pacific Rim Campus by the end of the year!

For this to happen, we need to raise an additional $104,000 by DECEMBER 2, 2014.
(Last updated Friday, November 22, 2014)

To read more, you can find a letter from Robert here.

If you would like to partner with us to reach this critical step in establishing the Pacific Rim Campus and ensuring the future of our programs and impact, please consider making a donation.

You can donate below through PayPal, or you can send a check to:
Pacific Rim Institute
180 Parker Road
Coupeville, WA 98239



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In Kind Needs


  • Riding lawn mower
  • Flat Screen Computer Monitors (at least 19")
  • Computer for student use
  • Video Camera (either HD or Mini-DV with Adapter)
  • Small four door sedan
  • Hardware wire fencing
  • Sheep fencing (for our Garry oaks)
  • Plywood
  • 2x4s
  • Powered edge trimmer
  • Indoor-outdoor carpet
  • Office supplies: Pens, post-it notes, packing tape, large envelopes, printer paper
  • Gallon and Quart Zip Lock Bags (for seed storage)

Volunteer Needs

  • Garden/Greenhouse/Horticulture volunteer (2-3x/week, 2 hrs per visit)
  • Building raised beds,  Dec - March
  • Painting - Coops
  • Maintenance - Repair of several structures and gates on campus
  • Landscaping - Around buildings, cleaning up beds and replacing with native plants
  • Vegetable garden coordinator (3 days per week, 2-3 hours per visit)  Spring
  • Other: give us a call!



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