Who We Are

Emma Moulton Huvos

Emma is a certified early-childhood educator, environmentalist, and entrepreneur and the fourth generation of her family to live at Riverside. 

A passion for nature-based experiential education, a deep attachment to her family's land, and an unwavering belief in the incredible power of connection led Emma to found The Riverside Project.

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Greg Faxon

When he's not rolling up his sleeves and getting dirty at Riverside, Greg is busy helping people unleash their full potential through his coaching business.

Scout the Dog

Scout takes her role as official Riverside pup very seriously. She's equally committed to snoozing and groundhog stalking, and she'll never say no to a good belly rub


Four generations of family at Riverside

Originally purchased in 1942, Riverside has been passed down through four generations of the Moulton family. The property supported dairy and crop production and housed a family-run machine repair shop before falling into disrepair over the past two decades.

Today we're working to redefine and revitalize the family farm, ensuring its relevance and resiliency for generations to come.