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An update on Ahimsa, our vegan ecovillage project

Posted on September 9, 2008 by ari

a house you could make (bright version)Club Veg Southern Tier has invited us to the Smart Monkey CafĂ© outing they’ve planned with The Ithaca Area Vegan Meetup Group. If you’re in the area, please join us – you can RSVP here.
We’ve just updated and improved the project webpage and ic.org listing. We hope that it now provides a clearer and more useful way to get involved than our previous request that people email us (which we always took waaaay too long to respond to). It also provides some guidance as to where to go from here, once you’ve joined the list. And finally, it now answers a lot of questions that kept coming up in our discussions.
If you’re interested in community living and would be willing to live in a sustainable, cruelty-free way in or around Ithaca, we want to meet you! Check out the page for more info and to get involved.
Previously:
A community can look like this
Shirari’s Peace and Love Podcast #2: Housing
Ahimsa Ecovillage

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  4. Cool folks we’re working with in Ithaca: Ithaca-Area Vegan Meetup Group and Shaleshock
  5. Radical Solidarity Ecovillage

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One Response to “An update on Ahimsa, our vegan ecovillage project”

  1. Frank Muller, daughter Meara
    September 5th, 2013 @ 3:08 pm

    Offering: House share on 3 secluded, quiet beauitful acres, forest, stream, fruit tree’s, raised garden beds, lot’s of light, views. Want to join us in planting a Vegan, permaculture, forest farming vegan village 7 mile’s from Ithaca? contact me, thanks, Frank Muller p.s. creative kid’s, frogs, and butterflies welcome! P.S. Studio / Shed’s with power included! contact:veganphoto@gmail.com

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