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Constant Preparation

Constant Preparation

Living seasonally means you’re always preparing for something. Who doesn’t like that feeling of being ready for a major transition or big event? It comes with a sense that positive change is coming, filling one with a sense of possibility and hope. Zach here, online teacher and consummate preparer. That’s what it takes to teach […]

Community Kids

Community Kids

Here I sit, trying to recall what happened in the last week, and feeling a bit overwhelmed. I returned late Monday after being totally off-line for over a week, camping in the Michigan woods at a wonderful women’s music festival. I had a fabulous time, and came home to a very busy village, and a […]

Making Cheese & Keeping Bees

Making Cheese & Keeping Bees

Whew! I thought I had lots to write about as the week drew to a close, and then this Sunday turned out to be as full and eventful as any other day of the week. August is unquestionably among the busiest times of year for me, so this should not come as a surprise, but […]

Casa de Cultura

Casa de Cultura

After the sun dropped behind the black locust trees by the Casa de Cultura, the outdoor concert became even more of a Zen experience as we became breakfast for legions of hungry mosquitoes. The man playing a mountain dulcimer didn’t let a single note fall short as his fingers were most definitely being eaten alive. […]

Abuzz

Abuzz

Hello readers! As I click-clack away our home is being serenaded by a bee swarm that has chosen a nearby branch to rest on just beside our east window. The hive has outgrown the home our neighbors made for them, and our beekeeping friends are now in scramble mode. It is a sight (and a […]

Eco-Audit

Eco-Audit

“So, what are you doing here?” I asked. “Eatin’ hog,” he replies. Yes folks, those words are just a few of the gems that come from the esteemed wit of Doctor Joshua Lockyer, Ph.D. of Arkansas Tech University, Dancing Rabbit Board member, and all around cool guy. Doc Lock is here again visiting the village […]

Uncommon

Uncommon

Here I sit, clicky clacking away at this infernal alphabet machine, my child, slowly but assuredly growing to become a six-year-old, ensconced in our family sleeping bag. The three of us lie on the floor, Althea, myself (Howdy, I’m Ben), and what seems to be my other child: a quickly developing orphaned Muscovy duck, named […]

Experiencing Life by Learning

Experiencing Life by Learning

Hi friends! This is Alline writing from Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage. First, of course, I am compelled to discuss the weather. The big news is that the sun finally came out! Great rejoicing was heard throughout the land. The garden beds previously despaired over have now dried out. Some tomato plants survived, although many did not. […]

Missouri Amazon

Missouri Amazon

Hello everyone, from Drenching Rabbit! While it seems like there was probably a time when northeast Missouri was not like the Amazon, that is simply a distant memory right now. We have been getting wet on the regular with little chance of reprieve in sight. Some of the plants are happy, though not always the […]

Hot & Stormy

Hot & Stormy

Phew! Hot and stormy, wet and muggy, tons going on– must be summertime at DR! Tereza here with the news of the week that was, or at least what I can recall of it from my memory, word from community mates, and the info on my calendar… Three tri-community folk had birthday events this week. […]

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