The Merry Mask Makers: Cover Corvallis Project

Judy Peterman, community member/friend of Coho, organized Cover Corvallis, a Covid-19 mask making project at Coho. Cohoots were covered, along with all of the employees at our local food Co-op (the Co-op received one hundred masks). Donations went to many others in need of masks. Some CoHoots also sew for the Corvallis Sewing Brigade, supplying […]

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How do we do social distancing at Coho?

Circles of Solidarity: when the weather permits, decorative chalk circles on the path indicate exactly where to stand to be six feet apart. The visual really helps those of us who are accustomed to a little tighter social spacing get used to the new distance. At the beginning of the shut-down, concerns about minimizing contact […]

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Celebrating our very own Coho Community Supported Bakery

Each December we gather at April and Craig Hall-Cutting’s house for a toasty and tasty celebration of goodness and community: the Wild Yeast Bakery. April and Craig started the bakery out of their home and Coho kitchen in ___, initially supplying neighbors at Coho and the surrounding area with subscription artisan sourdough breads. They have […]

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Coho a big presence at Open Streets!

Many cohoots  volunteered at Open Streets, working at booths and entertaining. Jeff’s bike shop, Corvallis Electric Bikes, was a sponsor. April and Craig’s bakery (also a Coho business) Wild Yeast provided food.

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The Giant Pumpkin Moves into its New Digs!

After uncounted hours of site preparation and seedling care this spring by the pumpkin team we gathered yesterday afternoon to plant the chosen seedling.  The ceremony began quietly in the greenhouse with the selection of the lucky one from five candidate seedlings.  Once at the planting site folksy music played as we put the finishing […]

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A Day in the Life of the Common House

The common house at CoHo gets a lot of traffic! Saturday May 12 started with our usual breakfast crew in the kitchen and dining room, followed by a game day in the living room, while a Nonviolent Communication class happened in the kids room, and a sourdough baking class took place in the kitchen/dining room.

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CoHo at Corvallis Women’s March 2018

Yes! We were there, but not altogether. Who knew it would be impossible for us to find each other in this small town? With between 3,000 and 4,000 marchers, most of the folks I knew who were at the march were impossible to find. I wandered around looking, but came up with no cohoots other […]

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