A community pioneer and activist shares her stories.
Together—but only together—we can afford to keep publishing Communities.
At Acorn, as in the larger world, the most important thing to be able to afford may be giving something away.
A land trust with leaseholds keeps members’ costs down while allowing a combination of autonomy and connection.
In rural Maine in the ’70s, community was everyday reality, and everyone needed help sometimes.
Life in a small rural ecovillage can mean embracing complex choices while balancing idealism with necessity.