World Treehouse Conference 2019 – October 4th, 5th and 6th with a pre-conference day on the 3rd.
The World Treehouse Conference (WTC) for 2019 is scheduled for the first weekend in October, the 4th, 5th and 6th with a pre-conference day held on the 3rd. This gathering is, once again, a spirited revival and expansion of the World Treehouse Association(WTA) and the Global Treehouse Symposium(GTS), which all began in 1997 at the Out ‘n’ About Treehouse Treesort in Takilma, OR.
Already sure you want to sign up? Click HERE for our registration form.
Come for the pre-conference special on the 3rd!
Please complete and submit the form. Once you submit the form you should receive a call from the main office within 24 to 48hrs to confirm your registration and get you booked into a lodging option or you can try calling 541-592-2208 between 9am and 5pm PST, daily.
To all Treehouse Dreamers,
This year’s 2019 World Treehouse Conference promises to offer an array of presenters and enthusiasts who—collectively—advance a thorough look at what it means to climb up into the trees and design and build insightful and friendly structures aloft. Peter Nelson, Michael Garnier, Jake Jacob and Scott baker have all promised to present.
Look out for seasoned tree structure spirits: builders, designers, engineers, arborists and impresarios as well as folks who come from a variety of complimentary fields offering insights that will inspire and generate thoughtful ideas… all about going aloft to perch in nature’s rousing vertical architecture.
Well versed regulars… taking all and anyone interested to the dynamic dance.
And, of course, many new faces.
Here is a lineup of confirmed presenters for this year’s conference. More information will be posted as it comes available.
If you’re interested in treehouse accomodation, please book your space at the Treesort now, start your travel plans early at:
Or call: 541-592-2208
email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
There will be treehouse and ride sharing from the Medford, OR airport for anyone interested.
Please feel free to write me back if you have an interest in being a presenter or have further thoughts, questions or observations.
Swing on in… fair winds, good climbing… see you aloft~
and most importantly, welcome to the bark side. . .
By 21st Century standards, this is a real deal:
(1.) The basic (core) conference fee; $400.00
(2.) There will be a meal package of $200, or the Saturday banquet only; $60.
The meal package includes breakfast, lunch and dinner on Friday and Saturday (Saturday night is a banquet of some consequence) with Sunday brunch. All meals will have meat and vegetarian dishes. If special dietary needs are important to you please inform the Treesort staff when you book your lodgings.
(3.) Lodging fees depend on accommodations. Camping is often a very popular option and runs at $20 per person, per night. (i.e. two people in one tent is $40/night for the occupants of the tent). Campers will have full access to breakfast, full bathrooms and outdoor cooking facilities (i.e. BBQ’s, propane burners and very limited cooking utensils) but are required to clean up after themselves.
In addition to the above another feature is that there will be a menu of pre-conference all day Thursday Oct. 4 workshops to consider, albeit for a separate fee.
All pre-confs will be a $125 charge, plus a lunch option fee TBA.
Post conference workshops are possible, not yet determined.
Jake Jacob Treehouse ARTZ
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