Ben Brock Johnson’s NPR article about cohousing
Luckily we didn’t have any turkeys or chickens this winter, so nobody was hurt when the powerful winds tore the roof off of our winter home for turkeys and/or chickens. Our new flock of chickens are due any day now. When they’re big enough, they will live in a more portable chicken tractor for the… [Read More]
Kai really wanted to help make dog food. Evidently nobody heard her at the door.
October here in Western Mass is when the temperatures drop and the air is crisp suggesting the possibility of snow, unpredictable when it will strike like the whims of a precocious toddler. All of a sudden we feel an urgency to get the winter tents that provide sheltered exercise space for our goats up. We… [Read More]
This was first published in January 2013. We’ve doubled in size since our first master plan charrette, now it’s time to revisit again in 2016. Andrew Rebelo (far left) led the continued discussion. Renewing the Vision