So you wanna establish a bucolic urban farm in the midwest?

Well, you might think again. It’s not all roses. In fact, these past few days remind me very much of what we’re all going through who have planets in the 18-23° area of Aries, Cancer, Libra, and Capricorn, now activated, big time, by transit Mars in Cancer opposing transit Saturn/Pluto in Capricorn. Wheeee!

 

Guest post by Ann Kreilkamp. Read more: So you wanna establish a bucolic urban farm in the midwest?

Green Acres Village: Dinner Outside on Patio, not once but twice!

— which, in this unusual spring of intermittent rain, was a big gamble, especially last night, when a few drops did fall, and we covered the food for a few minutes. Actually, I’m getting bored with posting pics after each Thursday Community Dinner. At least as is. Maybe I should spice it up…

Guest Post from Ann Kreilkamp ~ read more via Green Acres Village: Dinner Outside on Patio, not once but twice!

Green Acres Village, May 23rd Community Dinner: The usual beautiful people plus, “What is a cank?”

Though it wasn’t raining, the patio and furniture were still wet, so we met inside the Overhill house, at least 18 of us, not sure, some were going in and out of oohing and aahing at the new chicks who are much larger and safely into a larger cage in the greenhouse for now. Read more…

Guest post from Ann Kreilkamp via Green Acres Village, May 23rd Community Dinner: The usual beautiful people plus, “What is a cank?”

OUR (Decidedly Alternative) VISION OF THE FUTURE

People ask me what my goal is for Green Acres Permaculture Village. I tell them I have a vision: of other little pods like this three-house one cropping up inside our 440-house neighborhood, networking together into perhaps four good-sized villages, 100 homes in each. Read more…

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How the Millennial Generation is Changing Therapy —

Crone Rebecca hard at work; Millennial Justin also hard at work. Pic taken during last week’s work party, prepping the garden.. I live in a small, multigenerational, permaculture village, consisting of two elders, or “crones,” I prefer to call us (one 76 (me) and one 66 (Rebecca), one protocrone (Gabrielle, 52) and six magnificent millennial…

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