New Years is a time for new beginnings AND old traditions at CoHo Ecovillage.
Cider pressing is a wonderful annual tradition at CoHo Ecovillage (in years when the apple crop is plentiful).
U-pick strawberries have become an annual tradition at CoHo. Savvy groups have a “designated quitter” who rallies the troops when it’s time to leave. Somebody has to “call a halt” when there’s barely room for the CoHoots and the strawberries in the car.
A donated cider press is refurbished for use at CoHo Ecovillage, Corvallis, Oregon.
Folks at CoHo Ecovillage are invited to help move a greenhouse with “people power”–only 50 feet.
Aronia berry bushes at CoHo Ecovillage yield a great crop each year.
Brewing at CoHo Ecovillage draws a crowd.
It’s tamale-making time on New Years Day at CoHo Ecovillage.
Tandem bikers from CoHo Ecovillage picked up orders from the new Fill Your Pantry event.
The garlic harvest at CoHo Ecovillage is celebrated in common meals all year long.