We believe that the best way to love something and to manifest that love, is to share it with others...
Influenced by cohousing principles we are building a transitional and evolutionary model in which a farm, its land and buildings are transitioning from private ownership to a community model of ownership where new members purchase a residential parcel and a one-eighth share of the rest of the farm at fair market value.
Consider Windekind Farm:
"Clearly, what I’m seeing is an expression of joy, beauty, generosity and trust. This is the work of heart. In seeking out leading edge practices for building, land stewardship and governance, and in learning through doing, you’re activating inquisitive minds. And with Windekind’s culture of craftsmanship, stewardship and the arts, you’re engaging the hands. All together—heart, head and hands—passion and purpose are put to the good work of caring for the land, creating community and demonstrating the kind of living needed in an increasingly interconnected world."
(Ross Chapin, Architect, Langley, Washington,)