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LEARN & GROW

The Gwen Clingman Center

The Clingman Center is home to the Greenbrier County Health Alliance. Its mission is to empower local communities utilizing a systems- and evidence-based approach to improve overall health and wellness for all Greenbrier County residents.

Because they are committed to increasing access to healthy local foods, the Clingman Center is often the site of classes on growing, preparing, or storing food.  More  >

When not in use by the Health Alliance, the Clingman Center is available for short-term rental. Its open-concept space and commercial kitchen make it ideal for community events, workshops. and outreach.  Rental details  >

Demonstration Garden

Coming Soon!  As the weather becomes more consistently hospitable, the Greenbrier Health Alliance will be creating a raised bed demonstration garden. This addition will enable the Health Alliance to teach people about planting, nurturing, harvesting, gleaning, preserving, composting, and much more; it also supports the Alliance's commitment to Waste Not, Want Not.  Learn more about that initiative.  More  >

Native Plant Tour

The park area at Montwell Commons is a welcoming environment for plants native to West Virginia. We're currently working on signage and maps so you can easily identify where specific plants are located. Get a jump on learning about native plants.  >

Host Your Own Workshop

Many organizers for groups like the Winter Music Festival, the West Virginia Wood Turners, and the USDA have selected this venue for their events. To coordinate your own event at the Clingman Center or festive gathering, check out this Rental Information > and explore using the community calendar to help advertise your event. 

Educational Opportunities

Upcoming events will be announced.