Earth - EcoVillage and self sustainable community project


Earth - EcoVillage and self sustainable community project

I am currently working on creating a self-sustaining eco village for approximately 10 to 20 individuals or families who also share in my dream of living totally in harmony with nature.

Those interested must have a desire to live without modern luxuries such as electricity and oil dependency.

Each person/family would have their privacy on their own dwelling with an area around it for growing their own herbs, medicines, and food (There would also be a community garden as well for all in the community), as well as community space shared by all.

I am currently looking at a piece of land in Maine.  40 acres of undeveloped land.  About 75% forrested and 2 streams that cross through and converge on the southern end of the property.

This allows for plenty of space for dwellings, as well as quite a lot of open area for exploring (for those like myself who like to practice my beliefs and ceremonies skyclad, there is plenty of forest and land to do so).

I am also open to any ideas so please feel free to share.


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More photos of the possible land in Maine

Discussion Forum

Community Buildings and Space

Started by Tannim Wolfkin. Last reply by Jeffery Peter Lloyd May 15, 2013. 28 Replies

Heyla Folks,    Quick thought here before I put the kids down but trust me I will be back to add more.    What if any community buildings would you like to see in a place like this? Longhouse for…Continue


Started by Tannim Wolfkin. Last reply by Z.a.m.e.i.r.a Jan 9, 2013. 25 Replies

Heyla Folks,    Another thing that needs to be talked about if folks are serious about this is skills. You know things like being able to build a liveable home, animal husbandry, farming, butchering…Continue

Getting the Land

Started by Tannim Wolfkin. Last reply by Jeffery Peter Lloyd Dec 24, 2012. 8 Replies

Heyla All,    I thought that I would post this here instead of on the comments list since I personally hate constantly scrolling threw what is now 20+ pages of comments to see what someone said on…Continue

The Pagan Homesteaders Bookshelf

Started by Tannim Wolfkin. Last reply by Kavya Dec 12, 2012. 11 Replies

Heyla Folks,    As I mentioned in the comments section it can get EXTREMELY BORING in Main durring the winter, especially on day 3 of a blizzard after a Nor'easter the week before. Been there done…Continue

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Comment by Fireflick on August 16, 2015 at 6:32pm

And it seems that this group really has fallen out of use. I still love this idea, and it is one that I fully intend to continue working for. If there is still anyone who follows this group and you want to stay in touch, feel free to message me. I have actually found a really good source for existing eco-villages, though not any that are only pagan.

Comment by Fireflick on June 15, 2014 at 11:29am

Pity, this whole idea is one I love, even if I'm not crazy about Maine. I think this has so much good potential, I would hate to think everyone has given up on it.

Comment by Electric Blue on June 14, 2014 at 6:52pm

I am still here, but yeah not very many posts

Comment by Fireflick on June 14, 2014 at 6:50pm

I have been out of touch lately.

Is this group still active?

Comment by Amethyst Samia on December 24, 2013 at 3:14pm
Happy axial tilt...the true reason for the season! Hahaha! Hope it's a good one for everyone!
Comment by Ajani1love on December 24, 2013 at 3:07pm

Comment by Amethyst Samia on June 3, 2013 at 5:51pm
Most of so Keith? Stinking autocorrect. Most of SOCIETY... *headdesk*
Comment by Amethyst Samia on June 3, 2013 at 5:50pm
Ok. Thanks Kavya. That wasn't clear to me from what I read. I'm thinking I also read that they're in NM "for now" or something like that. It is an interesting and great concept IMO. Takes some exceptional individuals to have that kind of mindset. Most of so Keith these days, and I've been on this rant for quite some time, is too selfish and consider themselves too important to be able to live in any kind of a community. Folks have to nearly clip your front end off so they can get to a red light before you do. They're so important. Gotta cut line in McD's be ause they're so important they can't wait an extra couple of minutes for their cappuccino drink. You get the point. It's all over society and I just am amazed that there are s people left who can live in this manner. Most can't.

Rant over. :-D
For now.
Comment by Amethyst Samia on June 2, 2013 at 10:14am
Ok. Dumb question but blonde, inquiring minds wanna know. Just read the philosophy of the NDP and of course I'm paraphrasing, but the idea that community exists no matter if the location changes. Good philosophy and I agree. But how does that work? The changing location aspect of it? Apparently they don't own the land they're on? How do they live there? I know you've talked about buying the land so your location wouldn't change but how does NDP deal with that aspect? Just curious.
Comment by Amethyst Samia on June 2, 2013 at 9:39am
Interesting. Let us know how it goes.

How ya doing? Bored and avoiding the heat here. My usual summertime activities.

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