Text and Photo by Betty B. Most bee species are solitary, meaning that each female cares for her own offspring. Eggs are laid one at a time in a chamber created from mud or chewed up plant leaves, provisioned with bee bread made from pollen and nectar, and then sealed up. Then she starts a […]
New Years is a time for new beginnings AND old traditions at CoHo Ecovillage.
A CoHo Ecovillage resident shares her adventure of a year buying nothing new.
Financial Resilience was the focus of a workshop at CoHo Ecovillage.
Residents of CoHo Ecovillage joined other south town neighbors in growing dry beans.
Jeremy, Rob, and Greg teamed up to share basic information on the Triple Threat (Peak Oil, economic collapse, climate change). A follow-up session on November 12th will focus on resilience for uncertain times and what we can do about the Triple Threat. This initial session was designed to give an overview of current challenges. As […]