Author: Kirsten Rohde

Kirsten Rohde is a member of the Goodenough Community and the president of the sponsoring non-profit, The American Association for the Furtherance of Community. Her home is at Sahale, although she still works some of her time in Seattle. Her first experience with community living was as a student in Ann Arbor living in housing provided by the Inter Cooperative Council. Kirsten works as a research nurse in the fields of Alzheimer’s Disease and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.

Articles by Kirsten Rohde include:

  • Abundance and Scarcity in the Goodenough Community (Issue # 141)

How We Came to Inherit a Salmon Stream

Posted on March 30, 2019 by

The residents of Sahale Learning Center and EcoVillage welcome the salmon who swim from the Hood Canal up the Tahuya River each year to spawn.

Abundance and Scarcity in the Goodenough Community

Posted on December 7, 2008 by

A community confronts economic adversity by remaining constant in relationship, holding financial losses in common, and working together in fundraising, educational programs, and new projects.