Articles about Earthaven and Sustainability

Our vision is that, in the midst of planetary change, the Earthaven experiment helps inform and inspire a global flowering of bioregionally appropriate cultures. To help realize this vision, we are providing links below to articles and other resources about Earthaven and building sustainable community.

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Resources

Articles

  1. Overview of Earthaven and Related Topics by L Kathryn Grace
  2. Overview of Earthaven Facts by the DREEM Reality Ecovillage Research Project.
  3. 2006 Washington Post Article about Earthaven, by Joel Achenbach.
  4. Earthaven Ecovillage Economics by Diana Leafe Christian.
  5. Community Seekers Describe Earthaven by Mary Rives and Keith Carlson.
  6. Earthaven’s Community Center by Robby Boyer.
  7. Overview of Four Earthaven Neighborhoods by Robby Boyer.
  8. Communities We Want to Live In by Ecosalon.
  9. Best Places to Live Off the Grid, by MSN Real Estate.
  10. At Home in Earthaven Ecovillage, by Laurel of Asheville Magazine.
  11. Lee Walker Warren and the School of Integrated Living, by Verve Magazine of Asheville.
  12. 49 Photographs from Spring 2011, by Nate Oxenfeld.
  13. 101 Photographs from August 2008, by Gerry Canavan.
  14. Two college students visit Earthaven Ecovillage, by Nate Oxenfeld.
  15. A Visitor’s Impression of Earthaven, by Jeff Buscher.

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