Elephant Thoughts’ Maritime Campus
Perched on a hilltop overlooking the St. John river this thirteen acre property is home to a working restaurant and a 14-room Inn, greenhouses, an industrial kitchen, culinary arts teaching facilities, and soon to be a digital makerspace.
As with every single effort put forth by Elephant Thoughts, Riverstone seeks to serve children and youth facing barriers. These barriers may include physical, mental, emotional, geographical, social or economic. We aim to be as inclusive as possible and offer our resources and programs to a community that benefits from them long term. By serving those facing barriers we aim to level the playing field, improve equal access to quality education and opportunities for future healthy, happiness and fulfillment.
We also make the facilities here at Pathsaala available to other non-profit organizations with likeminded values. We hope to foster relationships with a large network of organizations and collaborate through shared resources, minds and space to further our goals.
Our space at Pathsaala is a cherished one and we want to be able to share it with as many people as possible. We do provide the opportunity for private groups or individuals to access the space when it is not needed for programming. 100 per cent of proceeds from private use goes back into programming.
There is always something happening at our Riverstone campus, find out what’s happening, check out our events calendar or drop us a line.
The coming summer season is already set to be packed with children’s nature camps, skill building retreats for youth:
In addition to the three core values at the centre of all of Elephant Thoughts activities – Educational Excellence and Equality, Global Citizenship and Environmental Stewardship – we have some big plans for Riverstone. Riverstone is set to be a buzzing hub of innovation, activity and education in practical environmentalism, sustainability and cultural diversity.
Riverstone is defined by a collaborative spirit that underpins our values and goals for the campus and our broader organization.