Thursday, June 10, 2010
Wednesday, May 19, 2010
It is about looking at who we are, our talents, delights, and experience, and matching it with the need at this time and place.
Or as Roshi Bernie Glassman says, "Look in the refrigerator to find how to cook the meal!" (Or perhaps look out the back door if you have come to our "How to Make and Grow Your Own Raised-Bed Vegetable Garden" free demonstration workshop on Saturday May 22, 2010!)
So we take great pleasure in launching for the enjoyment of many --
Surplus produce is donated to local food banks, shelters, and soup kitchens.
Voluntary work is available, and for unemployed persons, there is work in exchange for produce or pay.
Next to the Green Shop is our 8' x 4' demonstration raised-bed garden, showing how much produce can be grown in a small closely planted area on top of any surface. The free demonstration workshop building this garden happens this Saturday, May 22, 1 to 3 pm. Please phone Deb 814 353 1270.
Tuesday, May 18, 2010
Kelle is now a "Worry Buster"
Who said “Hey! Isn’t this just the best thing we’ve done in a while?”
Members of Appalachian Zen House joined a dozen members of Martha and Julian United Methodist Churches for a morning of work for neighbors who had requested assistance - weeding a steep bank and covering it with a mulch with strong whisky aroma, shifting furniture, using donated carpet to mulch a nursery of young trees intended for the ball park, painting shutters, and cleaning up the community garden.
Tuesday, May 11, 2010
Ahimsa Village is seeking a summer camp assistant for the 2010 Summer Camp. Support teens in building environmental and community awareness. Compensation: Stipend and garden produce. Details at http://www.ahimsavillage.org/images/summer_camp_asst.jpg.jpg
Tuesday, April 27, 2010
Cooperative living makes a lot of practical sense in terms of saving resources, maximizing return on labor, and building synergistic relationships. However, it has been estimated that 9 out of 10 intentional communities in the
Bob Flatley has been researching intentional communities for over 20 years. He is a long-time member of the