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From Brandy – founder, placemaker & Executive Director of O.U.R.

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Today is an auspicious day and this is the final write of my newsletter submission for OUR November 2011 Newsletter. After the last week of deep concern I have worked on a best way to word this report/announcement in order to reach out to O.U.R. Ecovillage’s wider community. Today will mark the day where I am officially asking others to …

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Exec-Team: From Autumn to Winter

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Well – it’s definitely the fall and what that means for O.U.R. Exec team is that we have moved into the lean time of the year when we tighten our belts and (with very few exceptions) move into volunteer mode for the winter. We also have to juggle the seasonal shift as those who have been contributing on a more …

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O.U.R. Co-op: Autumn Update

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Dear Co-op members, friends and supporters of O.U.R. Ecovillage – here’s a brief update on where we are from the perspective of O.U.R. Cooperative. This has been a rich, rewarding and challenging time for O.U.R. Ecovillage. In May of this year, the purchase agreement between O.U.R. Coop and Brandy expired. We have continued to explore all avenues in the (as …

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Birthing the Universal Human

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A tribute: 2011 Food Production Interns

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Every year, loads of people move through the Ecovillage. Some stay a day, some a week, some 6 months and some decide to stay. The 2011 Gardeners stayed anywhere between 3 and 6 months (One is still here. Heya Kirk!) and left an indelible mark on the village: Delicious fresh produce, canning yet to be enjoyed, pretty gates, caring for …

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Rick’s Corner: Finances and Ownership

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With so much focus needed on finances and ownership to keep the ship afloat, it’s important for us to keep in mind that we also need to keep growing our capacity to steer the ship. Even as OUR Ecovillage has launched an exciting campaign to raise enough funds for ownership transfer to O.U.R. multi-stakeholder cooperative, and has a new business …

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