Barner Learning Landscape

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Barner Learning Landscape


The Learning Landscape is a 2.5 acre property where student conduct research and perform service learning activities such as the removal of invasive plant species.

The home was built in 1937 by Dr. Henry and Elizabeth “Billie” Barner, prominent citizens of Bremerton. The Barner Property, as it was known, was designed by Elisabeth Ayer, the first female to be licensed as an architect in Washington state.

The property is an urban oasis with a wealth of trees and shrubbery unique to the area. Much of the interesting plant species remain and are studied and preserved by students.

Collection Items

Photograph of Barner house in the snow
South facing elevation of house surrounded by white picket fence. Unidentified man in porte-cochère. Note: Title supplied by cataloger.
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