CoHo Ecovillage residents enjoy socializing foster kittens.
CoHo Ecovillage uses non-violent communication.
Rhubarb marks the beginning of spring at CoHo Ecovillage.
Stinging nettles are made into soup for a common meal at CoHo Ecovillage.
It’s worm compost harvesting time at CoHo Ecovillage.
An NEV (neighborhood electric vehicle) comes to CoHo Ecovillage.
Springtime in Oregon. Sun…rain…rain…sun…rain/sun at same time…rain…hail…sun/rain at the same time…sun…rain…. Followed by… RAINBOWS! The pot of gold at the end of this beauty is centered perfectly in the CoHo main garden area.
CoHo Ecovillage members use a sociocratic selection process to fill some roles in the community.
The youngest of three babies born to CoHoots since move-in had a double celebration with the community. After Sunday dinner, folks shared dessert and stories about Arbor’s birth and his first birthday. While neighbors lit candles when word spread that Joey was in labor, the Kimdons were busy birthing Arbor at home. As the process […]
CoHo Ecovillage residents enjoy the annual New Years Day flotilla on Crystal Lake.