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Last updated: March 2, 2013 (1 year ago)
Listing created on: May 16, 2011
(Sunny Valley, Oregon, United States)
- Status: Established
- Formed: 2008 Established: 2008
- Visitors accepted: Yes
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/?ref=home
- Contact Name: Barbara Dickinson
Sunny Valley, Oregon, 97497
Visitors accepted: Yes
Please email us to set up a visit. We welcome visitors from April through the end of September for up to two weeks initial visit. Longer stays are are negotiable if we are a good social fit. Please do not bring pets during your visit. During the warmer months, we ask visitors to camp. In cool and rainy weather, we have some indoor spaces available. We also ask for a donation of $3 per day to offset grocery costs and a labor exchange of about 4 hours per day, depending on the season and current activities.
Not Actively seeking new members
Permaculture, music and art!
Our livestock consists of a flock of 13 chickens, primarily raised for eggs.
We produce and ship We’Moon from our home office. (www.wemoon.ws)
We host sunnytime volunteers and visitors during the months of June through September, and we are seeking new members. We encourage folks who may be interested in joining our ecovillage to visit during the sunny times of the year for an initial introductory stay of two weeks, after which longer stays can be negotiated. We ask all visitors to donate $25 per week to offset extra food casts, and for those who plan on staying for more than a day or two to participate in activities and work on the land for an average of 4 hours per day, fluctuating with the season and current activities.
We have 3 dogs and 4 cats on the land, and we ask visitors to leave their pets at home.
Projects we are involved in include plastering light-clay-straw pottery studio, finishing a small pond/greywater reclamation system, rebuilding the party deck, creating a cob oven, maybe an outdoor kitchen, building maintainance, gardening and landscaping, tree planting.
You can find up to date information and photos on Facebook by searching “Gypsycafe Oregon”
The Gypsy Café is a land-based intentional community committed to ecological and feminist values, with a mission to foster creative and artistic expression and land stewardship—permaculture principles, natural building, homesteading, sustainability—and to provide space for collaboration and skills sharing in these areas. The Gypsy Café is an inclusive and welcoming community, engaged in mutual respect, kindness and support, with open, honest communication. Our group decisions are made using consensus. We are committed to constant improvement and growth in all aspects of this mission.