"To Inspire Community"
The Cattell House organization's mission is to inspire community by creating sustaianble resources, youth programs, and preserving historic properties.
Our first goal is to educate individuals through various outlets that are also fun to participate in. We want you to learn about invasive species and land stewardship, and to have a great time!
Our second goal is land stewardship through preservation of old structures and restoration of natural resources.
And finally, we want
to change the inequality in the traditional educational and work environment. To aid in restoring community connectedness and the natural environment. To create a community that welcomes everyone equally!
The Corn & Cray Project
"The CC Project" believes that enviromental restoration is the ultimate form of historic preservation.
The Corn & Cray Projectseeks to bridge the gap between food insecurity and the invasive species outbreak.
The Shirley Project
Cattell House Story
The Cattell family has been an active part of American History since the early seventeen hundreds. We would like to share our story by inviting you, YES YOU, to join us in our quest to inspire community and embrace our country’s heritage. By restoring the environment and fighting for systemic change we believe that we can inspire community.
Cattell House Inc. is a Public Charity 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Cattell House was established during the spring of 2020 by its three founding director’s: Aszure Schulz, Laura Schulz and Dustin Krasnowski.
Contact Cattell House staff for questions or information