The Wasson-Ruck Entheogenic Research Institute and Archives (WRERI) provides research and publishing opportunities related to a humanities-based, multidisciplinary, and scholarly study of entheogens. The growing archive preserves the largest and most historically significant collection of R. Gordon Wasson’s primary documents, artifacts, and personal effects outside of Harvard University, as well as several other coherent archives and thousands of rare and related volumes. The collection and research center will be sustainably headquartered in our off-grid Earthship in the high desert near Taos, New Mexico.