Warren Wilson College in Asheville, North Carolina

The North Carolina Byron Fellowship is held at Warren Wilson College in Swannanoa.  The rural campus is well-suited to educating students in the environmental sciences, farming and outdoor leadership, and provides a beautiful environment for learning across all disciplines.  Warren Wilson’s campus includes a 300 acre working farm and market garden maintained by students, in addition to 600 acres of protected and maintained forest surround the main campus area. The campus is located 20 minutes outside of downtown Asheville, which is the cultural center in a region famous for music and the arts.

For more information on Warren Wilson College, you can visit their website.

Turkey Run State Park in Parke County, Indiana

The Indiana Byron Fellowship was held at Turkey Run State Park in Marshall, Indiana. The site is located on 2,382 acres of wooded hills in Parke County, Indiana, an area famous for its many covered bridges and unique natural heritage. Nearly adjacent to Turkey Run is The Lakeside Village of Byron, a residential village and nature preserve following conservation design principles under stewardship of Byron Fellowship Founder and mentor, Mark Boyce. This community serves as a living laboratory for Byron Fellowship by incorporating sustainable design contributions from Byron Fellowship participants.

Turkey Run State Park and the Lakeside Village of Byron are located approximately one hour’s drive from Indianapolis, Terre Haute, Lafayette, IN and Champaign, IL.