written by Arjuna da Silva
Learning to live together also means learning from one anothers’ mistakes. Learning to build with low budgets, limited time, and few professionals has been another learning curve. Still, quite a few successes in design and construction remain praiseworthy. Last issue...
Over 30 people participated in a work party in the Bellavia Gardens Neighborhood on Saturday, February 26.
Earthaven members, guests and work exchangers pulled together on beautiful sunny morning to clean up after the construction of “Leela,” the naturally built home of Arjuna da Silva.
by Arjuna da Silva
I walked out to the farm at 7:30 to collect the petals, even though the instructions said to wait till the dew had evaporated. But Andy needed some ice for a few hours’ storage of the day’s harvest, and I figured it would only take another half hour for the sun to capture the dew....
It’s been nearly a year since our last newsletter. Much has been going on at Earthaven despite our silence!
Bruce, Rudy, Alice, Eva, Julie, Johnny, and Mana have become full members!
Culture’s Edge hosted a wonderful Village Harvest Festival last fall and are looking forward to the second...
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