Last updated: March 7, 2016 (4 months ago)
Listing created on: September 17, 2006
Sharing Circle Gardens
(Georgetown, Ohio, United States)
- Status: Re-forming
- Started Planning: 2007
- Start Living Together: 1999
- Visitors accepted: Yes
- Open to new Members: Yes
- Please read the details in Membership below before contacting this community.
- Phone: 937-378-0877
- Community Address:
416 No. Elm St.
Georgetown, Ohio, 45121
This Community is Re-forming
Year re-formed: 2012-01-01
Sharing Circle Community Farm; Sharing Circle ‘Gypsy Garden-eers’
We are just two older gardeners, still willing to experiment, living on a one acre site inside the small town of Georgetown, OH. We are slowly planting semi-dwarf fruit trees, and doing some gardening along permaculture lines.
Our diet is mostly vegetarian; we’re non-smokers, and choose to not have a TV. We get our news via NPR & the internet.
Brief meditation is part of our daily routine each morning; & we attune to the nature spirits. One of our influences is Sirius Community in MA, where one of us (Mike) spent 10 happy years.
We live in a 3-bdrm house, w/ 2 baths. One of our rooms we are converting to a starter greenhouse. And we have a 2-car garage w/ side sheds.
There’s a state-wide organic farmers group we’re part of (OEFFA), w/ regular
local chapter mtgs.
Our aim is to establish a more resilient & sustainable garden-based homestead here.
Books & authors we’re influenced by are: John Jeavons; Eliot Coleman; “Findhorn Garden”; Tanis Helliwell’s “Summer with the Leprechauns;” Richard Heinberg; Paul Von Ward; Robert Shapiro’s “Explorer Race;” Zecharia Sitchin; Graham Hancock; & Neale Walsch.
All the best, Mike Murphy & Birdie Fetterhoff