Who and Where We Are

November 30th, 2011

We are Leslie and John, founders of Wind Dance Farm & Earth Education Center in Berkeley Springs, West Virginia. We have been offering educational programs year round since 2001, and managing our Community Supported Agriculture (CSA), which has provided a wealth of wholesome food since 2002 to local families.

The educational programs operate within a non-profit 501 c3 status.   We milk goats, make soap, calendula ointment, and hand & body cream. 

Leslie Devine Milbourne holds a master’s degree in environmental education from Acadia University in Pennsylvania, and has been working in education since 1984. John Devine is a traditional musician, singing and playing guitar, and has been in the music circuit since the 70′s.

We have a strong belief that the earth will support us as long as we learn to live with and take care of her.  We are committed to sustainable living and teaching.  At Wind Dance we live, teach, work and play on the farm with the earth foremost in mind.

We are expanding and growing!  As program offerings continue to grow we are expanding our space building a timber frame Education Center.  We are accepting contributions towards this effort.  You can learn more through the Fund Raiser page.

Board Members

Board members oversee many components of Wind Dance.  They meet regularly and make decisions through consensus.  Please meet our board:

TIM NEWTON of Berkeley Springs.  Tim manages two Community Garden Markets, is a singer and songwriter, has had three children in our homeschool and camp programs for ten years.  He received the Volunteer of the Year Award in 2016 for his dedicated service to creating and guiding the building of our Education Center.   Serves as Vice Chair and assistant secretary.

MAEGAN BRYNER of Berkeley Springs is a speech pathologist in local public schools and independent contractor.  Maegan has two children in homeschool and camp programs for five years.  Serves as Secretary.

SEAN BRYNER of Berkeley Springs is the probation officer of Morgan County, WV.  He has two children in homeschool and camp programs for five years.  Serves as board member.

JOHN DEVINE of Berkeley Springs is a traditional musician for over 30 years, a founder of Wind Dance Farm & Earth Education Center, and oversees maintenance of Wind Dance.  Serves as Chair.

LESLIE DEVINE-MILBOURNE of Berkeley Springs is an environmental educator, a founder  of Wind Dance Farm & Earth Education Center, and oversees educational programs and farming.  Serves as Treasurer.

MICHAEL THOMPSON of Berkeley Springs is recently retired from W. L. Gore & Associates, as Information Technology and Manufacturing Systems Analyst.  He is helping to organize management of infrastructure and building fund information for the education center.  Serves as board member.

ANGELA SCHMIDT of Berkeley Springs is manager of apartment complexes and school bus driver.  Serves as a board member.

JENNIFER HUGHES of Berkeley Springs worked as a classroom teacher, curriculum writer, and staff development trainer. She currently lives on a small farm with her husband and two teens, who attend Wind Dance homeschool programs. Serves as a board member.

Learn More About Us!

You can learn more by viewing our video and updates on kickstarter site:     https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/834270100/big-doings-for-a-small-planet

Facebook page:  https://www.facebook.com/winddancefarm

Morgan County USA:  http://morgancountyusa.org/?s=Leslie+Milbourne

Please contact us if you would like more information at                                                         wind.dance@frontier.com         304 258 4672


Address:  649 Virginia Line Rd, Berkeley Springs, WV 25411

Below are directions from The Town of Bath, Berkeley Springs, WV.  For more distant directions please contact Leslie & John at wind.dance@frontier.com

coordinates : W 78 degrees 13’ .496”   N 39 degrees 30’ .050”

Go through Berkeley Springs, also known as Town of Bath traveling South on 522.

You will pass:

Sheetz Gas Station, Widemyer Elementary School,  McDonald’s,  and Rosco Gas Station , then go just a short distance to make a left.

Turn Left onto Winchester Grade Road

Travel exactly 7.0 miles – the road gets windy, with one very sharp curve, and two ONE lane bridges

At 7.0 miles, just past Mount Olivet Church, turn right onto Virginia Line Road (The road opposite has a different name – Highland Ridge Rd)

Travel 0.6 miles  Look for gray house on left and our mailbox on right.  (649).   The lane is just past the mailbox.  If you get to a little bridge you’ve gone too far.

Turn left onto the lane and go straight.           Leslie & John’s Phone#   304 258 4672

Chenaya Devine Milbourne

Chenaya, our daughter, & May

John Devine & Leslie Devine Milbourne

Leslie & John


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