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Exciting New Direction for LEARN: Gap Program

Exciting New Direction for LEARN: Gap Program By Liz Walker It was the last day of a very full, five-day immersion experience for the ten students from SUNY Potsdam. The diverse group had bonded over cooking meals, learning confl

A New Garden Grows!

Article and photos by Frank Muller Two years ago  I moved into the TREE neighborhood.  While I was leaving the best vegetable garden I had grown in decades,  I looked forward to joining a community food growing effort at Eco-Vi

Guys Baking Pies – 2017

Some photos from EcoVillage’s oldest annual event – since 1997! Pie baking begins with assembling your ingredients                              

Influencing Green Building Policy, Locally and Nationally

By Liz Walker Even as our nation pulls out of the Paris Climate Accord, the local response to mitigating climate change  has moved into high gear. It’s a fascinating time to be part of the energy transition to renewable ene

South SUP

By Liz Walker There is a pleasant din as dozens of people converse across  the long folding tables at the Southside Community Center gym. A woman walks by with a baby on her hip, her plate filled with Cajun shrimp, grits and sala

Net-Zero Workshop (November 6 & 7, 2017)

Want to Learn What it Takes to Achieve Net-Zero? professional workshop offered by Taitem Engineering, EcoVillage Ithaca, & US Green Building Council Monday, November 6, and Tuesday, November 7, 2017 8:30 am to 5:00 pm (eac

Cohousing Infographic

Want to learn more information about Cohousing? The graphic below explores the history, obstacles, advantages and positive impact on the environment, among other key benefits associated with this way of living. Take a look below b

Powerful Song by former EcoVillager

Marcie Boyd, one of the founding residents of EcoVillage, is a talented singer-songwriter who teaches English as a second language to immigrants. She now lives in California.This is her response to the inauguration.