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.
The color along The Path at CoHo Ecovillage is beautiful.
The hops drying barns formerly on CoHo Ecovillage property were captured in film in the 1970’s.
Folks at CoHo Ecovillage are invited to help move a greenhouse with “people power”–only 50 feet.
Neighbors in Southtown Corvallis share resources and garden produce.
Residents of CoHo Ecovillage joined other south town neighbors in growing dry beans.
It’s time for cider pressing at CoHo Ecovillage.
The garlic harvest at CoHo Ecovillage is celebrated in common meals all year long.
Grapes climb around the common house patio at CoHo Ecovillage.
Rhubarb marks the beginning of spring at CoHo Ecovillage.