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2020 Developments

In 2020 we have welcomed several new residents. The “high school house” got new homeowners in March, and two others are now living in the community, expecting to begin construction on their homes in early 2021. In addition, the new owners of the “hempcrete house” just moved in late September. One additional house is currently under construction.

    Looking to the future, we give expression to mutual hopes and dreams.

    Short-Term Goals:

    • Blaze more walking trails
    • Plan for tiny house area
    • Enjoy monthly music jams
    • Establish park & grounds master plan
    • Develop plan for goats, bees and chickens
    • Continue expanding the thriving community garden
    • Have more fun!

    Longer-Term Goals:

    • Build a well for gardening needs
    • Establish a community house
    • Use car and truck share
    • Expand orchard
    • Develop community solar
    • Install electric vehicle charging stations
    • Create a natural swimming pool
    • Establish aquaponics system greenhouse
    • Have lots more fun!

    Future Components of Conceptual Plan:

    • Additional residential areas
    • Small business areas
    • Organic farm
    • Conference center
    • Campground

    “After watching developments all over our beautiful Mother Earth, in 2011, my husband and I made the decision to build an energy-efficient home in a beautiful, virgin place, with natural water close by, copious gardening opportunities, neighbors of similar outlook, and the resources to build and grow what people need to keep themselves alive if more difficult times should become a reality. If difficult times do not challenge  our future, I am happy being “stuck” with an energy-efficient home in a beautiful,  virgin place, with natural water close by, copious  gardening  opportunities, neighbors  of similar outlook, and a wonderful, peaceful  quality of life. I’ll just have to put up with it! As I write this, I am looking out of my great room windows directly into the tree canopy, blowing gently with uncharacteristically cool July breezes; I am listening to dozens of birds enjoying themselves at our feeders. Gratitude is by far my primary emotion.”