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7 friends built restoration ecovillage. Outcome 50 years on


In 1994 a group of seven friends began living and farming together after taking over an 80-acre, 1974 organic farm 70 miles north of San Francisco that had been left to decay. They set up an intentional community around farming and wildlife restoration, as well as water management and permaculture, raising their families & learning by doing during a long-term restoration process that will hit its 50 Anniversary soon. One of the first actions taken in the founding of the Sowing Circle community was an agreement made by all partners that each owner’s “share” in the company that owns the land would not be linked to the land’s market value. The group worked with the previous landowner to create the first Organic Agricultural Easement in the country which protects in perpetuity the organic gardens and orchards from any development or any use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides. Today their Occidental Arts & Ecology Center (OAEC) is one of California’s oldest organic farms and their Sowing Circle one of its most-enduring intentional communities. At the start, they wanted to put to practice their ideas of permaculture, water management, and wildlife restoration. The idea was to live like the land-based communities that predated them- like the Southern Pomo and Coast Miwok-, much like an old-growth forest. “Until recently, the majority of human settlement has functioned much like an old-growth forest,” writes OAEC kitchen manager Olivia Rathbone. “Humans... have long had the skills and knowledge to actually increase the biological carrying capacity of the land rather than deplete it, to render the concept of 'waste' obsolete.” Today, their kitchen waste is composted, either directly or via their chickens. Their human waste is sent through one of three commercial-grade composting toilet systems - one of which involves mycelium - and which are being monitored by the county and state as testing grounds for more widespread use. Tree clippings (for fire management) become mulch. Their greywater is recycled in the gardens and even their seeds are saved in a very extensive heirloom seed library. There’s a long history of land-based communities here, after the Southern Pomo and Coast Miwok cane Italian and Portuguese homesteaders in the late 1800’s and finally, from 1974 through 1990 the Farallones Institute established their Rural Center here (a counterpoint to their Integral Urban House in Berkeley) where scientists, designers, and horticulturists lived together and experimented around appropriate technology and sustainable design. Their cluster of 5 300-square-foot passive solar cabins (financed through the state’s Office of Appropriate Technology in the seventies) called “Solar Suburbia” is still the main residential cluster, though they have been enlarged to 700 to 900 square feet. Brock Dolman moved here in 1994 as one of the seven founding friends of the Sowing Circle. His advice to those hoping to start their own intentional community or permaculture practice: listen to your predecessors rather than trying to follow trends or recipes for design. “It’s really taking our cues from what is the genius of nature that has been in that place for eons and eons and eons. It has adapted to the conditions: temperature, moisture, soil, availability, slopes, aspects, the traditional ecological knowledge of indigenous people's interacting with that landscape over time. Why we would disregard those clues and impose an idea that we happen to make up because we think we have a better idea. I think our sense is that that's just human hubris and folly." 🤍 On *faircompanies: 🤍

230 People LIVING COMMUNALLY: TOUR of Ithaca EcoVillage — Ep. 051


The EcoVillage at Ithaca was established in 1991 and has become a mature communal village with three neighborhoods developed on 10% of the land with 90% of the land devoted to farmland and natural areas. Given that we're interested in communally living at Flock, we took quite a bit of notes from the EcoVillage, which is celebrating their 30th anniversary this year. For more information, visit: 🤍 😎 COOL STUFF ↴ WEBSITE: ➨ 🤍 OTHER CHANNEL ➨ Plant One On Me: 🤍 💚FOLLOW/SUB ↴ ▶ Subscribe to YouTube: 🤍 ▶ Instagram+IGTV: 🤍 ▶ Facebook: 🤍flockfingerlakes ▶ Twitter: 🤍flockny 🤍 ▶ TikTok: 🤍flockfingerlakes 🤍 😄SUPPORT ↴ if you like this episode and the others, then be sure to “Subscribe” to this channel and hit the Notifications bell. This really does help keep the channel moving forward! Also, you can become a pillar of support for the channel by becoming a Sustaining Member. More information here: 🤍

The Modern Eco Village | BedZED


The BedZED eco village is a sustainable housing development based in London, UK. We went to the eco village to see both the green building design and the sustainable community. See more on Instagram- 🤍 Join the Going Green Facebook page- 🤍 Learn more about the Nick Maughan Foundation- 🤍 ​​ References- Images- Zed factory- 🤍 Additional Clips- Auroras Eye films- 🤍 Abundant City- 🤍 Bioregional- 🤍 Caryzma- 🤍 Some of the clips used in the video belong to the respective owners mentioned in the references above. I or this channel does not claim any right over them. Copyright Disclaimer under section 107 of the Copyright Act of 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing.”

7 years of living in an eco village


I have been living in an eco village for 7 years. In this video I share with you 4 things that I didn't expected before moving to an Intentional Community. A couple of years ago I went on a journey to find eco villages and sustainable communities and ended up moving to Damanhur Spiritual Eco community, and I realised that there were a lot of myths about living in an intentional community that I wish I had known before my trip. This video is for people who are interested in intentional living, eco villages and are curious about what to expect before visiting or joining an intentional eco community. I highly recommend that you watch this video and do your own research about global eco villages before planning your visit or stay at one. ► SOCIAL MEDIA • instagram ➭ 🤍 • instagram ➭ 🤍 DAMANHUR SPIRITUAL ECO COMMUNITY: 🤍 ► Business Inquiries or collaborations celastrina🤍 (this video is about: rebeckacelastrina,intentional community,eco villages,life in an eco village,what I didn't expect before moving to an intentional community,common myths about living in an eco village,how to move to an eco village,living in an intentional community,what intentional living is like,what it's like to live in eco villages 2021,moving to an intentional community,how to become self sufficient 2021,damanhur spiritual eco community, Life in Damanhur community, 5 Things I didn't know before moving to Damanhur, myths about the eco village movement, tips on how to start your own intentional community)

Fruit Haven Ecovillage Full Documentary


Raw vegan/fruitarian community in the jungle of Ecuador, Fruit Haven and their sister community Terra Frutis brings you this full documentary movie about their life. Thanks to everyone who has come to Fruit Haven and helped us to make it what it is today. 🤍 Check out the Amazon Fruit Festival 🤍 at sister community Terra Frutis 🤍 #permaculture #homestead #ecovillage #organicfarming #ecuador #rawvegan #fruitarian

Medieval Spanish ghost town becomes self-sufficient ecovillage


It's a utopian fantasy- discover a ghost town and rebuild it in line with your ideals-, but in Spain where there are nearly 3000 abandoned villages (most dating back to the Middle Ages), some big dreamers have spent the past 3 decades doing just that. There are now a few dozen "ecoaldeas" - ecovillages - in Spain, most build from the ashes of former Medieval towns. One of the first towns to be rediscovered was a tiny hamlet in the mountains of northern Navarra. Lakabe was rediscovered in 1980 by a group of people living nearby who had lost their goats and "when they found their goats, they found Lakabe", explains Mauge Cañada, one of the early pioneers in the repopulation of the town. The new inhabitants were all urbanites with no knowledge of country life so no one expected them to stay long. When they first began to rebuild, there was no road up to the town so horses were used to carry construction materials up the mountain. There was no electricity either so they lived with candles and oil lamps. In the early years, they generated income by selling some of their harvest and working odd jobs like using their newfound construction experience to rebuild roofs outside town. Later they rebuilt the village bakery and sold bread to the outside world. Their organic sourdough breads now sell so well that today they can get by without looking for work outside town, but it helps that they keep their costs at a minimum as a way of life. "There's an austerity that's part of the desire of people who come here," explains Mauge. "There's not a desire for consumption to consume. We try to live with what there is." Today, the town generates all its own energy with the windmill, solar panels, and a water turbine. It also has a waitlist of people who'd like to move in, but Mauge says the answer is not for people to join what they have created, but to try to emulate them somewhere else. "If you set your mind to it and there's a group of people who want to do it, physically they can do it, economically they can do it. What right now is more difficult is being willing to suffer hardship or difficulties or... these days people have a lot of trouble living in situations of shortage or what is seen as shortage but it isn't." Original story here: 🤍



Last year we toured the EcoVillage at Ithaca (episode: 🤍 which we had contacted early on to see what we would be able to learn from them about the way they structured their village for our own small co-housing dreams. There were plenty of questions that poured in from that tour, so we decided to go back to the EcoVillage to get more of your questions answered. Thanks in advance for all of those who submitted direct questions via the community tab here! This will be a series of interviews, starting with this one with Bill Goodman, who has been an advising lawyer (and resident of the EcoVillage at Ithaca) for the last 20 years. This video talks about how the EcoVillage is structured, other ways to structure co-housing communities, how shares are distributed, home ownership, and more. 😎 COOL STUFF ↴ WEBSITE: ➨ 🤍 OTHER CHANNEL ➨ Plant One On Me: 🤍 💚FOLLOW/SUB ↴ ▶ Subscribe to YouTube: 🤍 ▶ Instagram+IGTV: 🤍 ▶ Facebook: 🤍flockfingerlakes ▶ Twitter: 🤍flockny 🤍 ▶ TikTok: 🤍flockfingerlakes 🤍 😄SUPPORT ↴ if you like this episode and the others, then be sure to “Subscribe” to this channel and hit the Notifications bell. This really does help keep the channel moving forward! Also, you can become a pillar of support for the channel by becoming a Sustaining Member. More information here: 🤍

intentional - Season 1 Episode 2: Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage


We invite you to join us on a journey toward true community and a sustainable way of life for all! Welcome to the second episode of the first season of intentional, a documentary series on intentional communities and community living. This episode features Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage in Rutledge, MO. Dancing Rabbit is an ecovillage, sustainability demonstration project, and robust and growing intentional community in rural northeast Missouri. "At Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage (DR), we understand how difficult it can be to live sustainably and responsibly within modern US culture. We believe that we can work to build a healthy alternative: a social structure that is both non-exploitative and vibrant. As our village grows, we see this ideal take shape more clearly every day: a diverse range of people living ecologically sound lives in a community that truly serves as an example of positive human action within the natural world. In 1997 the DR Land Trust (DRLT) purchased 280 acres in the rolling hills of northeastern Missouri. We are now deep into pioneering—constructing buildings while continuing to plan and develop community structure. There is an ever-increasing emphasis on internal economy, which includes bartering and an internal currency. Eventually, we see 500 to 1,000 people living in our village, with businesses and homes surrounding the town center." 🤍 🤍 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Music: Loop Zeppelin - Rain in July - 🤍 🤍

13 Years Living in an ECOVILLAGE


Contribute to my Patreon to support the production of new videos: You can also just contribute directly to my channel at: Our entire economy is based on finite fossil fuel resources and wholesale destruction of the environment in the interest of providing for an ever growing human population. Of course, most of the "wealth" created by this economic model goes to a small fraction of the human population, so essentially we are destroying our planet to make a very small segment of the human population so rich they don't even know what to do with all their wealth. But there are some who are trying to change the way humanity interacts with the planet. I've lived at Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage, a model for a more sustainable way of living in community, for over 13 years now. My impact on the planet is about a tenth the impact of the average American. It's taken a while to get set up to live this way, and living this way hasn't been easy. It's a struggle to try to live in a way that mostly defies everything every American has come to depend on to make their lives easier. Technology provides many sustainable alternatives to replace fossil fuel equivalents. But inevitably living sustainably requires harder work and doing things the old fashioned way. Having lived this way for 13 years, I have a story to tell. Sustainable living may be a different way of life in many unrecognizable and unimaginable ways to the average American, but the average American might not imagine any of these could be positive on a personal level. They can only imagine negatives in a life without luxuries and conveniences they have become utterly dependent on, but there are so many benefits to living this way above and beyond the direct and indirect ecological impact. It's a holistic way of living that doesn't just apply to reducing your environmental impact, it restores your energy and life force in many ways on a daily basis. There are ecovillages all over the world. Not all may be as radical as mine, but you might find one that suits you, or you might start one of your own. 🤍 🤍 🤍

ZEGG Ecovillage, Germany, Building the new normal! - Friends of GEN


This is the story of Ena, of how she and the people in ZEGG Ecovillage have built their Human Connection. Know more and become a Friend of GEN: 🤍 Ena: "We have developed a tool to grow personally and build trust among each other. When I step into the middle I let others be part of my inner life, struggle or celebration. Other community members will give feedback. “Before my life here, people would never point out my potential or blind spots. Here, we try to meet each other with curiosity and find out what drives people to act in a certain way. This helps me to see beyond roles and opinions and judge less. We can address what bothers us with a loving intention. We can express ourselves deeply and let ourselves be touched by one another. This is the new normal I want to live in." Strong human connections can totally be our normal! It will take an investment on our part, an effort to grow together, but with a shared intention we can work together to make that happen. Join our global movement today, building a better normal for tomorrow. Support the Global Ecovillage Network with a small monthly amount. Become a Friend of GEN: 🤍 (one-off donations are possible too) Note: This video shows images from the years of 2015-2019. Video editing by Lucie Baudin - 🤍 #FriendsOfGEN #BuildingTheNewNormal

Ecovillage living - a new source of hope | Kosha Joubert | TEDxGeneva


In this largely illustrated talk, Kosha Joubert shares how community-led regeneration can become a source of solutions for today’s societal challenges. Kosha takes us on a journey around the globe to discover ecovillages, envisioning a world of empowered citizens and communities, designing and implementing their own pathways to a sustainable future, and building bridges of hope and international solidarity. Kosha Joubert grew up in South Africa. She went on a pilgrimage through her own country in 1991, discovered a community of black and white South Africans living together, and has lived in intentional communities and researched intercultural communication ever since. Currently, she lives with her family in the Ecovillage of Findhorn, Scotland, and serves as President of the Global Ecovillage Network. She is fascinated by the phenomenon of Collective Wisdom: how can we transform our communities, organisations and societies into systems of cooperation, creativity and innovation for a planet at peace with itself. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at 🤍

Moving to an EcoVillage in Costa Rica // Planning Our House


Sign up here to be the first to hear about our upcoming retreats! - 🤍 We bought land in an EcoVillage in Costa Rica! In this video, we share some of our plans for building on the land, including some of our favorite treehouse jungle design inspirations. Make sure you're subscribed so you don't miss any of this wild new adventure we're on! SUBSCRIBE - 🤍 Designs of our lot - 🤍 Raya Youtube // 🤍 Twitter // 🤍 Instagram // 🤍 Louis Youtube // 🤍 Twitter // 🤍 Instagram // 🤍 MUSIC FOR VIDEOS (Best website for Youtubers!) → 🤍 - Thanks for watching our couple's channel! Join us as we travel through Europe with our van or drive from the U.S. to Costa Rica in our school bus. We can't wait to share the journey of buying land in Costa Rica and building our dream house with you. Subscribe to follow our journey!

LA ecovillage: self-reliance in car-free urban homestead


In urban Los Angeles, about 3 miles west of downtown, 500 people live on 11 acres where priority is given to bicycles, fruit trees, greywater, veggie gardens, clotheslines, compost, shared spaces (tool shop, art space, bike shop), micro-businesses, on-site natural food coop and chickens. The Los Angeles Ecovillage was launched over 2 decades when its founders looked to the neighborhood for inspiration. "The way in which we think about making an urban ecovillage, we have to ask ourselves the questions, 'what are the problems in your neighborhood with air, soil and water'", explains co-founder Lois Arkin. "And for us, in the beginning, it was discovering that the children in our neighborhood had 20% less lung capacity than children in other neighborhoods. So what could we do, we could stop driving." * Filmed by Johnny Sanphillippo more of his stories about urbanism, adaptation & resilience: 🤍 LA Ecovillage: 🤍 Original story: 🤍

Ecovillage Design Education - Community Schloss Glarisegg (Switzerland)


The EDE (Ecovillage Design Education) at Schloss Glarisegg is a holistic educational program that encourages new ways of being and acting in the world, organically evolving as we enact fundamental changes. It is an 1 month practical community experience where people can find their peers and get the condensed wisdom of world wide communities and pioneers in order to create a transformative culture in the world ! To discover more : 🤍 A BIG thank you to Cinzia Boniatti, Enrico Bramerini and Giorgio Fontana from Cohousing Trentino (🤍 for the italian subtitles and to Julia Ritsche for the german subtitles. This video was realized by "The Great Relation", a film production exploring the relationship to ourselves, others and nature. To discover more : 🤍 All our films are free to watch, cause our main goal is to make the vision of a regenerative culture accessible to a wider public. At the same time, our dream is to develop this project so it becomes our main occupation. If you feel resonance with our work, you can support this dream through a conscious donation. Thank you! 🤍 L'EDE (Education au Développement d'Ecovillages) au Schloss Glarisegg est un programme d'éducation holistique qui encourage des nouvelles façons d'être et d'agir dans ce monde. C'est aussi un mois d'expérience pratique sur la vie en communauté où chacun peut trouver ses pairs et bénéficier d'un condensé de sagesse de communautés et de pionniers internationaux afin de créer une nouvelle culture. Pour en savoir plus : 🤍 Pour découvrir plus de vidéos et suivre les aventures de La Grande Coloc, abonnez-vous à otre chaîne youtube et retrouvez-nous sur facebook : 🤍 et instagram : 🤍

Your ECOVILLAGE Questions Answered — Ep. 076


Since running the video on the EcoVillage at Ithaca, which you can view here: 🤍 we have gotten a lot of questions in, so we sat down with Liz Walker, the co-founder of the EcoVillage at Ithaca, and a family, to answer more of your queries. We also highlighted more of the legal questions as well, with fellow resident, Bill Goodman, here: 🤍 To find out more about the EcoVillage at Ithaca, you can go to their website here: 🤍 😎 COOL STUFF ↴ WEBSITE: ➨ 🤍 OTHER CHANNEL ➨ Plant One On Me: 🤍 💚FOLLOW/SUB ↴ ▶ Subscribe to YouTube: 🤍 ▶ Instagram+IGTV: 🤍 ▶ Facebook: 🤍flockfingerlakes ▶ Twitter: 🤍flockny 🤍 ▶ TikTok: 🤍flockfingerlakes 🤍 😄SUPPORT ↴ if you like this episode and the others, then be sure to “Subscribe” to this channel and hit the Notifications bell. This really does help keep the channel moving forward! Also, you can become a pillar of support for the channel by becoming a Sustaining Member. More information here: 🤍

ECOVILLAGE IN PROGRESS. An Intentional Community in New Hampshire


A documentary entirely shot and edited by Mary Jane in October 2020 at Sacred Nectar Sanctuary in North Sandwich, New Hampshire, United States. 🤍 🤍 🤍 Go Fund Me page 🙏 🤍 Tʜᴇ ᴀᴜᴛʜᴏʀ ᴏғ ᴛʜɪs ᴍᴏᴠɪᴇ ʀᴇᴄᴇɪᴠᴇᴅ ɴᴏ sᴘᴏɴsᴏʀsʜɪᴘ ᴏʀ ᴄᴏᴍᴘᴇɴsᴀᴛɪᴏɴ ʙʏ ᴀɴʏ ᴋɪɴᴅ, sᴏ ɪғ ʏᴏᴜ ᴡᴀɴᴛ ᴛᴏ ʜᴇʟᴘ ʜᴇʀ sᴜᴘᴘᴏʀᴛ ғɪɴᴀɴᴄɪᴀʟʟʏ ᴛʜɪs ᴘʀᴏᴊᴇᴄᴛ ʏᴏᴜ ᴄᴀɴ ᴅᴏ sᴏ ʙʏ: - making a small monthly pledge on Patreon 👉 - making a one-time contribution on PayPal 👉 + Follow Mary Jane on Instagram: 🤍 + Follow Mary Jane on Facebook: 🤍 Music by Epidemic Sound 🤍 [referral link]

Kailash Ecovillage Tour, Portland OR. (Is the rental model more equitable, sustainable?)


I recently got to tour Kailash Ecovillage in Southeast Portland. Unlike many ecovillage communities that are based on a condominium model where the buy-in is $$$$, and the community makes the decisions (in consensus or committees), Kailash Ecovillage is a rental model. Here, one owner is responsible for the choices and design of the property, but the below-market rent allows folks who could not otherwise participate in ecovillage experimental living to join a community of like-minded folks pursuing sustainable living and gardening. Please come along with me on a tour of this fascinating 2 acre community of 50 residents in the middle of the city. Ways to support our work: My website: 🤍 Paypal 🤍 Venmo: 🤍 Kailash Ecovillage: 🤍 Many thanks to Kailash resident Pandora from Integrative Gardening for the tour! Check her out: 🤍 Kailash treehouse project: 🤍 ~~~~=Ways to support our work=~~~~ My website: 🤍 Paypal https://🤍 Venmo: 🤍 Patreon 🤍 My Amazon Shop of recommended books and items (Please support locally, but if you want to support me, i appreciate you shopping through this link!) 🤍 Follow me!+ 🤍 🤍 🤍 Get in the conversation! 🤍 🤍 #permaculture #pdx #gardening #beekeeping #urbanfarm #parkrosepermaculture #permaculturedesign #foodforest

Welcome to Otopos Ecovillage Ikaria


Welcome to a community of conscious facilitators with a sustainable lifestyle that exists in ecological harmony with life and mother nature. The village is located on the wild and beautiful island of Ikaria, Greece. We intend to create a self-sustaining society, using as little money as possible. Instead, we aim for a flow of exchange, based on solidarity, sharing, love and respect for the environment. Our mission is to reduce our ecological impact and design a more connected and healthy future. We offer food, accommodation, mindfulness practices such as yoga and meditation, holistic healing, as well as workshops on green living. Otopos offers a free space for self-expression of this lifestyle through permaculture, eco-farming, art, and learning how to live sustainably through traditional knowledge and local cultures. Our goal is for people from all over the world to come and teach their skills, and for our visitors to find inspiration to take back home. Do you share our beliefs? You are more than welcome to come and see the village, or stay with us for a longer period. Contact us through Facebook (🤍otoposikaria) or otoposikaria🤍 Love, the team.

About Otopos Ecovillage Ikaria


We have been doing a lot of work over the summer period but have reached a stage now where we need funding to make even more beautiful things happen at our little village. Would you like to know more about our project and what we have been doing at Otopos Ecovillage in Ikaria? Have a look at our video where we explain our whole philosophy and goals for the future. Check out this link and find all the information about our next steps: 🤍 Please share this post with your friends so we can spread the word and create a better future for the village as well as all our visitors. We are grateful for your help because only together we can make the change for our community and earth.

Thinking of Starting an Ecovillage? Real Talk After Talking to Dozens of Members/Founders


A while back, I did a video in which I discussed my interest in launching an eco-village community in the Portland area. I asked for input and stories and experiences from current and former cohousing/eco-village members, and founders. I toured ecovillages, spoke with developers of cohousing communities, interviewed founders of failed attempts at eco-villages, and chatted with dozens of current and former eco-village and cohousing residents in the PNW and across North America. Here's what I learned, and I'll admit it took the wind out of my sails...big time. But in permaculture, we say the problem is the solution, and if we don't truly examine the barriers and issues to a sustainable community, we cannot design for solutions. So, let's look at what I gleaned from many many conversations with folks who have lived experience in eco-villages, and talk about how that feedback has shaped my search for a sustainable community in Portland, Oregon going forward. (NOTE: I am not going to name communities or members in this video. Most of the folks I spoke with still live in eco-villages or cohousing, and I DO NOT want to create drama for them by sharing their concerns/criticisms/frustrations. I've kept details of locations and communities vague to honor the folks who took their time and energy to share honestly with me.) I am still searching for ways to have a more truly sustainable community in my city and to help launch and participate in them. I'm not giving up. If you have wisdom you'd like to share, thoughts, positive feedback or critiques of your time in eco-village life, I'd love to hear from you at parkrosepermaculture🤍 * Relevant Blog Posts * Links and Credits ~~~~=Ways to support our work=~~~~ LIKE COMMENT SHARE AND SUBSCRIBE! My website/blog: 🤍 Paypal 🤍 Venmo: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍 My Amazon Shop of recommended books and tools (Please support locally, however, if you want to support me, i appreciate you shopping through this link!) 🤍 Follow me!+ 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Get in the conversation! 🤍 🤍 #ecovillage #cohousing #sustainability #plannedcommunity #parkrosepermaculture #permaculture #pdx #gardening #beekeeping #urbanfarm #permaculturedesign #foodforest

Rundown apartments reborn as food-forest coliving Agritopia


In 2007, Ole and Maitri Ersson bought the rundown Cabana apartment complex in the city and immediately began to de-pave parking spaces to make space for what today is a huge permaculture coliving space and urban food forest. Today, the Kailash Ecovillage has 55 residents who all help farm where there was once pavement, grass, a swimming pool, and an overgrown weed patch. The community is well-prepared for systems collapse; they have extensive rainwater collection and storage, plenty of produce and they process their own sewage. Their permitted sanitation project complies with international building codes for compost toilet and urine diversion systems and turns their pee and poop into nitrogen and compost. Here, nearly everything is shared. There are two community electric cars - donated by the Erssons who no longer have a private car-, shared bicycles (and bike trailers), an extensive fruit orchard, berry and grape patches, and a considerable community garden space. Photovoltaics provide about two-thirds of the energy consumed by the complex. Neil Robinson is the community’s full-time farmer who has sold thousands of dollars of Kailash produce at farmers' markets. He moved in as a way to prepare for systemic collapse. “I wanted to learn to grow food and then have a system that could step in. We have water, we have food.” Ole explains, “We're in this zone where it's not a question of if, but when, we're going to get a Richter 9 earthquake… that's going to break all kinds of grids, the power grid is likely going to go down, the sewer grid almost undoubtedly and it's probably going to take months, if not years, to get the sewer system going again.” Their sanitation project can absorb 60 adults for months. Rents here are lower than the Portland average because the Erssons want Kailash to be accessible to all income levels. There’s a 300-person waitlist, but Ole hopes others will follow their example. "If you look at it from an economic perspective no business would want a complex landscape like this because it's way too much maintenance, but what you have to do is turn the maintenance over to the residents, and then they do it: they get joy; it's an antidepressant; it's a way of creating food; it's a way of creating community; so you have to do it in a certain way, but it's definitely a lot more work than the typical grass and shrub landscape for sure." 🤍 On *faircompanies: 🤍

Ecovillage Oosterwold Almere The Netherlands


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Welcome to PachaMama


It's challenging to put the PachaMama Community into words, with so many layers and its richness of colors... So here's a video to tell the story of life in the village. (Check it out in full screen, #SoundOn!) Visit the PachaMama website: 🤍 to see the upcoming season schedule. Contact us at 🤍 Welcome to the forest 🧡 🤍PachaMama Eco Village #pachamamaecovillage #welcometoPachaMama# Big thanks to: Direction, Editing, Production: - Yaniv Shmeltzer. Cinematography: Johannes Rakesh Hoermann, Yaniv Shmeltzer, and A Different Life Film (Gyan Peled and Saskia Vischer) Audio/music: Universal Studios; "Chanupita" by Raaji Dessena Host - Yoshi Mandala - Rasana Bissoli and women of PachaMama Script - Yaniv Shmeltzer, Stefanie Shank, Chandani Bakeeff, Tyohar Kastiel, Lala Tribble Shooting days producer - Dyani Shanti

L'ECO VILLAGE DE POURGUES le collectif qui fonctionne vraiment ! (partie 1)


L' éco-village de Pourgues est un projet coopératif unique, centré sur des valeurs de liberté, de respect de l’individu, d’écologie et de partage. En savoir plus sur l'eco-village de Pourgues : 🤍 SOMMAIRE : 00:00 Introduction 01:10 Présentation de Yohan, discussion autour de la création du collectif, le prix du terrain, le méthode de financement, gestion du collectif. 37:34 Présentation de Elfi et discussion sur la gestion de la gouvernance du collectif. 52:30 Présentation D'Adrien qui a construit un dôme géodésique (prix/ matériaux utilisés/ problèmes rencontrés/ les qualités et défauts du dôme) 🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹 LE LIVRE DE L'ARCHI'PELLE : OSER QUITTER LA VILLE ! De citadin à néo-autonomiste, comment j'ai composté mon ancienne vie est disponible chez les Editions ULMER à cette adresse : 🤍 🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹 Partenaires : (m'envoyer un mail pour demander le code permarchipelle🤍 ou 🤍 Wattuneed, site en ligne de vente de kit solaire et matériel pour votre énergie électrique 6% sur tout le site pour les abonnés de l'Archi'Pelle Aqua-Techniques, spécialiste de la filtration de l'eau. 8% sur l'ensemble du site (5% cumulable pendant les promotions). 🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹 Retrouvez nous sur L'Archi'Pelle : 🤍 🤍 🤍 Pour échanger avec d'autres néo-autonomistes sur DISCORD 🤍

What is Earthaven Ecovillage


Earthaven is an aspiring ecovillage in a mountain forest setting near Asheville, North Carolina. We are dedicated to caring for people and the Earth by learning, living, and demonstrating a holistic, sustainable culture. Headquartered at Earthaven, the School of Integrated Living (SOIL) offers in-person and virtual tours of Earthaven. Book a Tour Today! 🤍 Sign up for our newsletter and get an inside tour of three homes at Earthaven: 🤍 The best ways to get to know Earthaven are to: Take a Tour Participate in a Class Experience a Customized Education Program Listen to free Integrated Living Podcasts "Ecovillages are human-scale, full-featured settlements in which human activities are harmlessly integrated into the natural world in a way that is supportive of healthy human development, and which can be successfully continued into the indefinite future.” —Robert and Diane Gilman

What is an Ecovillage?


Todays ecovillage movement leaders answer the question - What is an ecovillage! Filmed July 2012 at GEN gathering in Krishna Valley, Hungary. PMP 2012 - Paeveer Masing Production. Solution for Society - Song Estonian Interlude by Raphael Mead, Geoffrey Richardson & Andy Briggs. There is a mistake with one of the speakers name instead of Peter Hall there must be ROBERT Hall. Sorry Robert.



Depuis le confinement, on parle beaucoup d’éco-village, tout quitter pour aller vivre plus proche de la nature, consommer local, lutter contre la précarité. Mais que représentent réellement ces alternatives ? Est-ce complètement utopique ? Il y a plus de 2000 éco-lieux en France, tous très différents les uns des autres. Tera a été créé en 2015, initialement sous forme d’éco-hameau à la ferme de Lartel, dans le Lot et Garonne, à une heure de Toulouse. Ne pouvant pas construire sur ce terrain pour des questions de normes et de relations avec la commune de Masquières, peu à peu chacun a pris des logements aux alentours dans les communes voisines. Aujourd'hui l'association rassemble une cinquantaine de personnes venues s'installer sur la commune de Tournon d’Agenais principalement, et bientôt sur la commune de Trentels. Tera ce n'est plus simplement un éco-lieu, c'est tout un éco-système sur un rayon de 30km basé sur un modèle économique alternatif expérimentant une monnaie citoyenne locale et un revenu d'autonomie. Le but ? Revitaliser les communes en favorisant les échanges de produits locaux et respectueux de l'environnement, mais aussi ne pas dépendre de marchés financiers en se réappropriant le pouvoir monétaire. La richesse produite sur le territoire sera alors redistribuée à terme sous forme d'un revenu de base versé de manière inconditionnelle à chacun dès la naissance, sous forme de monnaie locale à 85%. Un projet encore en expérimentation à Tera qui a versé ses 5 premiers revenus d’autonomie en 2018, notamment pour le maraîchage, la gestion, et la construction de toilettes sèches. Un revenu indexé sur la production locale, qui mise sur la responsabilisation de chacun dans la gestion de son temps de travail et de ses activités. A terme, c’est aussi tout un éco-quartier qui sera construit sur la commune voisine, à Trentels, pour mettre en application ce revenu d'autonomie pour les 30 futurs habitant. Un projet qui nécessite une dizaine de structures juridiques, dont la scic (une société coopérative d’intérêt collectif). Aujourd'hui, Tera expérimente encore les bases de ce système, notamment sur le versement du revenu d'autonomie et l'utilisation de la monnaie locale (l'enjeu est de convaincre de plus en plus de producteurs locaux de l'utiliser). Un projet en perpétuelle réflexion via le suivi par un conseil scientifique rassemblant des chercheurs en économie, en organisation du travail, en philosophie et en gestion des conflits. Une expérience locale qui, en ces temps de remise en cause du système et de crise économique, pourrait inspirer des solutions pour répondre aux inégalités, aux problèmes environnementaux, au chômage, mais aussi donner une nouvelle conception du travail. ▶ Soutenez Le Média : 👉 🤍 👉 🤍 👉 🤍 ✅ Suivez-nous : Facebook : 🤍 Twitter : 🤍 Youtube : 🤍 Peertube : 🤍 Telegram : 🤍 Rejoignez la communauté des Socios ! #Écologie #Économie #Paysan

The importance of growing your own food - A unique ecovillage in France


I travelled through France to see if a different way of living was possible. Ecovillages, off-grid and nomadic people made the all trip amazing. It all started when I met the guys from Q: in their big property situated in Normandy they grow their own food, build and design the buildings they live (they are designers and engineers) and live the simple life. This doesn't mean they don't work, in fact it's quite the opposite: when you choose to be independent and not relying to the "external world" you have to work hard and be organise. I hope you enjoy this video. To see more of my experiences around ecovillages and alternative places don't forget to subscribe. Thanks to Perry Frank for the music. Follow Q 🤍 🤍 Follow SilenceMagazine 🤍 🤍 Follow Perry Frank 🤍 🤍 Filmed with Sony a7sII + Canon L 24-40mm Sony R0XII DJI mini 2

MURA Japanese eco village near Paris


MURA PV for a Crowdfunding. Construisons ensemble Mura, un micro-écovillage japonais ! 🤍 Projet de l'association Mura 🤍 Vidéo réalisée par Fred Froument / akabelly 🤍

Exploring Earthaven Ecovillage, a 25-year old community


Earthaven Ecovillage is a 25 year old intentional community near Asheville, NC. It's been through a lot of changes, but its intention as a community has stayed strong. Features parts of interviews with Earthaven co-founder, Arjuna da Silva, and former member of The Vale and new Earthaven Ecovillage member, Eric James Wolf.

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Mindful EcoVillage's Legal Tiny Houses & Natural Built Homes


Welcome to the Port Townsend EcoVillage. It's a progressive-minded intentional community, home to a wide variety of naturally built small homes and now two legally permitted #tinyhouses. Enjoy an honest take on experimental ecovillage living with insights into #naturalbuilding techniques & tours of a few fascinating alternative homes. 👉Another eco-friendly building approach, SuperAdobe tiny homes: 🤍 It was quite an effort for the #EcoVillage to achieve their legal tiny house lot, 4000 square feet with shared utility access and room for 3 tiny homes. It now hosts 2 extra-wide tiny houses on piers, each built to the IRC Appendix Q standards. Learn more about that in our documentary, "Living Tiny Legally, Part 2": 🤍 👉Learn more about the PT EcoVillage: 🤍 Vikki is the village's resident tiny house advocate and grassroots-focused economist. She is part of the Jefferson County, Washington's Housing Solutions Network, working towards missing middle and tiny home friendly regulations: 🤍 🏡✨👉More Tiny Home Design Ideas, Tours & Stories: 🤍 New to our Channel? Welcome! We are Alexis and Christian, the creators behind Tiny House Expedition. 🚚🏡💨 After falling in love and building our 130 sq ft tiny house on wheels, we hit the road to explore the tiny house movement. Brief backstory: 🤍 Join us as we share real-life tiny homes, inspiring projects, and legalize tiny news! 👉🏡 Weekly: Tiny Home Tours & Stories and How-Tos 👉INTERESTED in LIVE In-Depth Tiny Living Discussions with Us, PLUS Exclusive Content? Become a Patreon member: 🤍 Connect with Alexis & Christian and see more Tiny Home Inspiration: 👉 🤍 ✨👉 🤍 👉 🤍 🏡 Tiny House FAQ: 👉Where can I PARK a tiny house? 🤍 👉What are the LEGAL issues around tiny houses? 🤍 👉Where can I EXPERIENCE tiny homes in person? 🤍 👉How can I DIY relocate or road trip with my THOW? 🤍 👉What are tiny home COMMUNITIES like? 🤍 👉WHO lives tiny? 🤍 👉What is like to be a NOMADIC tiny dweller? 🤍

Torri Superiore Ecovillage Sustainable Holidays


A two minutes portrait of the Ecovillage and its cosy sustainable guesthouse, in the Ligurian hinterland near the sea, the French Riviera, and the foothill of the Alps. A place to visit, a place to relax, a place to love.(🤍

Off Grid Self-Sufficient Garden | Food Security | Lammas EcoVillage


Off grid self-sufficient garden, Lammas EcoVillage and food security. Hoppi and Tao Wimbush share some of their ideas and thoughts about growing their own food. Thumbnail background image courtesy of Lammas Earth Centre. To find out more about Lammas Eco Village, visit the website at 🤍 Order my first book, Grounded at 🤍 or on Amazon 🤍 (affiliate link) Subscribe to our newsletter here 🤍 Find Byther Farm merch at 🤍 You can support this channel on Patreon at 🤍 or by using an affiliate link when you shop. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. UK 🤍 USA Amazon Storefront 🤍 #ecovillage #selfsufficiency #offgridliving Chapters 0:00 Introduction 0:22 Food production at Lammas Earth Centre 12:49 Other inspiring food growers About Us. Byther Farm is a small organic homestead, being designed and managed using permaculture practices. We aim for self-sufficiency in fruit and vegetables for increased self reliance and better resilience to the modern world. I recognise that we are unlikely to be truly self sufficient, but do the best we can. I share our home with my loving husband, Mr J and our cat, Monty. We are a fifty-something couple who live on a smallholding in Carmarthenshire, Wales. We are going green and creating a gentler, cleaner and more healthy life for our family. Having had a highly successful smallholding in Monmouthshire, we hope to recreate the abundance at our new home. There will be a large organic kitchen garden with no dig gardening raised beds and young food forest in which to grown our fruit and vegetables. We keep a few sheep and Aylesbury ducks. Music 'Breathe' by Kafkadiva. 🤍 Other music by 🤍

What is an Ecovillage to you?


While GEN does have a definition of what is an ecovillage, each of us has developed a more personal meaning of this beautiful word from our own experiences. Some members of the GENOA community shares what ecovillages mean to them. Find out more about us and how you can be the change you want to see in the world Website: 🤍 Facebook page: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Email: genoa🤍

Atamai Ecovillage New Zealand Living in the Future (Ecovillages) 60


Atamai ecovillage is a settlement near Motueka on the south island of New Zealand. Their aim is to create a traditional style village for around 200 inhabitants which is resilient in the face of global challenges such as peak oil and global warming and food security. They are currently seeking new residents.

Boekel Ecovillage is awarded the Most sustainable organisation in the Netherlands!


The Dutch Building sector was very clear about this, Boekel Ecovillage even won the public choice award during the Sustainable Built Environment Congress! On July 1st 2021, the jury chose Boekel Ecovillage as the most sustainable organisation in the Netherlands, because this project combines an enormously wide range of aspects of sustainability: nature-inclusive, climate-adaptive, climate-positive, circular, biodiversity and social sustainability. The majority of the 36 social housing units in the strikingly circular project were built using natural materials and the rest were produced from waste materials. In addition, the professional way in which this citizens’ initiative was designed sets an example for others. The jury, in the person of Robert Koolen, was very enthusiastic about the professional and integral way in which Boekel Ecovillage is organized. Koolen: “Not only in the formation of ideas and implementation, but also in the cooperation. It concerns innovative ideas that can be repeated in practice. And partly because of the self-sufficiency they are also affordable. Not only the whole, but also parts of it can inspire imitation. The direct link to the Sustainable Development Goals shows how you can translate abstract objectives of this kind into concrete actions. Read more: 🤍

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