Our Community


Our four core values of sustainability, health & wellness, honoring the sacred, and service to the greater good are all exercised around our passion for accessing fresh, local, organically produced food.

Edible landscaping is encouraged on both private and community owned land. Blueberries and raspberries dot the perimeter of the neighborhood park, not far from the climbing kiwi trellised alongside the cob oven. A pear tree and ginkgo tree started our orchard, and we've added another pear, and a sour cherry, apple, and plum.

Workdays are an opportunity for lively conversation and getting our hands dirty in the community garden and park. We have many talented and avid gardeners with a strong commitment to growing organic fruits and veggies, and doing it with one another.


Our community is open, affirming, and non-hierarchical in how it governs itself. All owners have agreed to covenants outlining the basic  ideas for living respectfully with each other and with the land. We hold a monthly business meeting of the full community and have formed smaller committees that look more closely at issues and bring informed proposals for significant decisions to the larger community. We use a consensus process for decision making where we consider everyone’s interests and find a solution we can all honor.


Many of us moved to Living Well to do our small part in creating a neighborhood that is responding to the pressing ecological and societal issues of our times. In raising our own consciousness, we hope to stimulate the debate and promote the manifestation of a new, more interdependent, regenerative culture and lifestyle.

Mutual Care

Need help during an illness? We’ve got you covered with a freshly prepared meal, help around the house, or a trip to the store or doctor.