About SuBAMUH

This women-centered intentional living and educational community is known by the initials of SuBAMUH and recently welcomed a new land group of LGBTQ-focused residents.

(formed from its very long name Susan B.Anthony Memorial Unrest Home, pronounced Suh Bam’ Uh).

It has 3 purposes:

1. Provide feminist, women-centered, and ecological education, workshops, special events, and skills education for women, LGBTQ people, and allies.

2. Offer scenic and economical space for women, LGBTQ people, and allies to live  or stay short term, exploring membership and full residential membership.

3. Make available safe rest and recreation space for women and LGBTQ people, camping for individuals and group events, day use of land, retreats, swimming pond, hiking trails.

The Susan B. Anthony Memorial Unrest Home Women’s Land Trust is a 151-acre women-centered intentional living and educational community in rural Athens County, Ohio. The trust is a non-profit corporation governed by a board of nine women, most of whom do not live on the land.

SuBAMUH has non-resident members who support its vision and contribute financially. If you’d like to become a member or visit the land please contact us at subamuh@gmail.com

6 thoughts on “About SuBAMUH

  1. i would like notification of any events. thank you

    1. We’ll add you to our email list, but a great way to find out about events is to friend us on Facebook — Subamuh Land is our user name.

  2. Your place sounds fantastic! I was wondering if a person can just drop in and look around or if advance warning is required? Thank you!
    Sheila

    1. Hello, Sheila,

      Unless you are already a member and familiar with the land, advanced warning is needed — we recommend that you give us at least a week to get back to you, as we have limited Internet access. Our email address is susanbanthony@frognet.net; you can also call 740.448.1017 or 740.448.2464.

      We hope to hear from you!

  3. Wondering if the land is female-only or if you also welcome transgender women?

    1. We do welcome transgender women.

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