In addition to rehabilitating the TwispWorks campus and facilitating collaborations between partners on the campus, and help connect partners to local and regional business development resources–such as business planning, financing, mentorship and more.
In 2013, TwispWorks launched Methow Made, a collaborative marketing program to help Methow Valley food and beverage producers reach new customers. Learn more
TwispWorks is home to 10 artist studios and a variety of public and installation art.
• Visit the studios of working artists and artisans, Saturdays from 10:00 to 2:00 p.m., or by appointment. Learn more about our arts partners here.
• Check out public art on our campus including the large spherical sculptures Entro and Round n Round by Bernard Hosey, murals by David Joel and Laurie Kain, and more.
TwispWorks is home to the Valley Teen Center and the Liberty Bell High School Welding Program.
We also facilitate connections between campus partners and youth, and work with the Independent Learning Center (of the Methow Valley School District) to create hands-on learning opportunities for students.
Community Solar Project
Through a state incentive program, members of the Okanogan PUD #1 purchased solar panels that were then installed at TwispWorks. TwispWorks gets about 20% of its power from the panels; the investors receive a return based on the system’s energy production.