Indoor installation of Peter Erskine’s solar art installation at CoHo features a really TALL ladder/lift.
A bird’s eye view of CoHo Ecovillage shows buildings clustered in one area to preserve our meadow, forested areas, and garden space.
The Fourth of July at CoHo Ecovillage means marching in the Corvallis parade and setting off fireworks.
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 atrium tower at CoHo Ecovillage is the site for a solar art installation.
The SuperDADS of CoHo Ecovillage were featured in an article in MOM magazine.
Trees were milled onsite at CoHo Ecovillage and the lumber has been used for both indoor and outdoor CoHo projects.
A special part of living at CoHo Ecovillage is the “welcome ceremony.”
The hops drying barns formerly on CoHo Ecovillage property were captured in film in the 1970’s.