HOWL’s Mission

HOWL (Huntington Open Women’s Land) is a non-profit organization held in perpetuity for all women, guided by a collective, nurtured by residents and rejuvenated by visitors, all the while striving to form an intentional community on the land. Our goal is to preserve and steward the land and collaborate in developing projects and programming, which are open to a diversity of women, that reflect our shared values of compassion, respect, stewardship, environmental sustainability, and love of the earth.

The HOWL Collective

HOWL was begun in 1986 and incorporated in 1988. We are governed by a Collective, which operates by consensus. We meet on the third Sunday of every month from 4-6 PM. Meetings are open to visitors and are generally held at HOWL. Currently there are six Collective members: Cindy, Glo, Lani, Meg, Michele and Stephie. If you are interested in learning more, attending a Collective meeting, and possibly becoming a Collective member, contact us at howlvt@gmail.com.

What People Say

The land itself is absolutely breathtaking – wild flowers, apple trees, surrounded by views of the distant mountains.

Athena H.

Our group had a wonderful time at HOWL. The land was absolutely beautiful and well cared for, the women who greeted us were kind and helpful, and the campsite was perfect.

McCauley B.

This is a truly special place, we’re already planning our return trip.

Cassandra P.

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