For All

Three outdoor educational laboratories utilize: 1) Gardens’ Kiosks, 2) History Pedestals, and 3) Heritage Greenhouses.  Groups may schedule a tour anytime.  Contact us!

Gardens Kiosks’ subject matter includes (conifers, broadleaved trees, shrubs, ferns, etc.):

Kiosk 01        Kiosk 02        Kiosk 03       Kiosk 04

Kiosk 05        Kiosk 06        Kiosk 07        Kiosk 08

Kiosk 09        Kiosk 10        Kiosk 11        Kiosk 12

Kiosk 13        Kiosk 14        Kiosk 15       Kiosk 16

History Pedestals (on the south side of 300th) subject matter includes:

Reserve Campus Introduction
Freeborn Missions in Haiti
Freeborn Cemetery
Children’s Park
Jewish Homestead
Gardens Introduction
Downstream Wastesite
When the State is Wrong

On the north side of 300th, subject matter includes:

Living History Farm Introduction
Pilchuck Glass School Centerpieces
Reserves Historical Buildings
Reserves Restored Norse House
Native American Midden
John Hauberg’s Dreams

Heritage Platforms & Greenhouses will include (now in development).

  • Chinese Laborers and Miner’s Cabin
  • Spanish Explorers’ Tent
  • Russian Trapper Cabin
  • Generals Pickett & McCellan’s Military Road Tent
  • English Remittanceman Cabin (English)
  • Japanese Minka (Nakashima farm 2.5 miles away NE)
  • Haida & Tlingit Canoes
  • Armenian Refugee Tent
  • Czech Artist’s Studio
  • Town of Pilchuck Cabin
  • Danish Hauberg
  • Gypsy Romani Wagon
  • Stillaguamish Salish Longhouse
  • Ku Klux Klan Tent & Stage
  • Jewish-Swedish Farmhouse
  • Restored  Norwegian Cabin
  • Pilchuck Glass School Treehouse

The Freeborn Reserve intends to:

  • in real life, show our native NW plants (we have but 850 species)
  • present a “hall of fame” for our Pilchuck Glass School artist neighbors
  • preserve a repository of our ancestors’ values in living history exhibits/way
  • honor those with freeborn minds who sacrificed all for others then and now
  • educate the young who do not know what has been lost,
    because we never saw it as it once was
  • preserve our heritage in real and 3 dimensional forms for coming generations
  • illustrate that we humans can justify killing all: plants, animals, and/or humans singly or in groups, large or small … perhaps until when late the sweet birds sang