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Children are the Fruit

When I was in my teenage years, I lived across the street from a playground and baseball park. I would walk almost every day around the park with my two dogs, and admire the beauty of the trees flourishing there — especially one weeping willow tree. She was nestled into her own little alcove among the...

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Prevent Birds from Striking Windows – Update

 We love our birds here at Earthaven Ecovillage. It can be heartbreaking when one crashes into the window because it sees the sky reflected there. Up to one billion birds die each year as a result of window collisions in the United States alone. Since our earlier post, we have discovered several...

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Grating Black Turmeric from our neighbors at Earthaven Ecovillage

Transcript from Video: Courtney Brooke: Good morning, Zev. Zev:  Good morning. Courtney Brooke: What are you doing? Zev: I am grating this incredible black turmeric grown by Leon with his mad, passionate devotion to beautiful food and medicine plants at Full Circle Far next to Earthaven Ecovillage. Courtney...

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Loveletter Corner

Georgia Papadakis spent a few months with the Medicine Wheel Collective last year and sent this sweet note from her travels… Hey there, People of Earthaven, This is my belated goodbye. Dominator culture maintains that “what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger,” or that personal growth stems most...

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Throw it “Away” – A De-Salvage Operation at Salvation Alley

by Andy Bosley   This March, Earthaven residents participated in a “Spring Cleaning” event, sorting through a ton of stuff (kept because someone once thought each item would someday be “useful)” and hauling much of it “away” in a trailer of metal and a couple of dumpsters of trash. Items from...

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Thank you Alex & Violetta

Last month our friends and favorite facilitators Violetta Ilkiw and Alex Bulkin left after a 10-month internship as our bi-monthly weekend “group conflict and organizational change” cross-mentors. We’re “cross-mentors” because we were mentoring them in the challenges of doing their humble work in...

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