The tune, in the video below, celebrates the birth of seven chicks and is patterned after the event. As the chicks were born more and more cheeps were heard as each chick came out of the egg.
On April 30th, CoHo Ecovillage & Oakleigh Meadow will be offering tours for anyone interested in knowing more about what cohousing is all about. Download the flyer here.Other communities participating in this year’s open house can be found at http://www.cohousing.org/openhouse2016 The FREE two‐for‐one tour starts at 10:30 AM at CoHo Ecovillage in Corvallis. It’s work‐party […]
Residents at CoHo Ecovillage share feedback with their neighbors through our kids’ Random Appreciation Project.
A Welcome to Kindergarten ceremony at CoHo Ecovillage included an arch of neighbors, a song, and lots of flowers.
INTRODUCTION TO THE “THEN AND NOW” SERIES Visitors touring CoHo sometimes ask how our expectations for community prior to move-in differ from our current day-to-day reality. Comparing “then and now” is the framework for this series of blog postings. The source of historical perspective is the CoHo newsletters published in 2006 and 2007 (they are […]
CoHoots helped their oldest neighbor celebrate her 103rd birthday.
CoHo Ecovillage facilitators start and end meetings on time.
CoHo Ecovillage gardens expand every year. CoHoots can also buy fresh veggies from Rainshine Family Farm.
CoHo Ecovillage celebrated National Hanging Out Day (April 19, 2014) with a variety of festive events.
CoHo Ecovillage has many celebrations throughout the year.