Browse recent articles, posts and videos. Featured topics include Smart Growth, Green Lifestyle, Intentional Community, Installing a Solar Array, and our EPA Climate Showcase Community project.

We have a heart-warming story to tell, and a large audience  that’s listening. Since our founding, the bold and innovative nature of our project has garnered media attention. National press includes the New York Times, Time Magazine, CNN Earth Matters, and NPR. International coverage: Japanese and Indonesian TV, El Mundo , Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Korean radio, and Al Bia Wal Tania. National Geographic plans a 2015 story. Numerous documentaries and books include Karen T. Litfin’s EcoVillages.

Whenever possible, we welcome reporters, documentary producers and others. We make time to talk with you and set up your visit, because we think telling our story is important. Along with a tour and overnight visit, you may want to schedule an interview or photo shoot. Please contact us at least two weeks in advance.

Selected recent media:

Green Right Now Photo Tour & Post.  Oct 29, 2013   Syndicated blogger Barbara Kessler shares personal impressions, poetic perspectives and colorful photos made during an overnight stay at EcoVillage at Ithaca.

Green Building and Design Magazine, July-August, 2013. “Lessons from an Alternative Lifestyle,” by Russ Klettke. “Building on its financial viability and vibrant cohousing community, the next phase of EcoVillage at Ithaca will be the largest collection of Passive House construction seen in the United States.”

Communities Magazine, Fall 2012  “Coming of Age: 21 Years of EcoVillage Planning & Living.” Co-founder Liz Walker discusses the challenges and joys of living and learning at EcoVillage at Ithaca.

EPA Climate Showcase Communities – an EPA update on Tompkins County project

Home Power Magazine, June-July 2012 – Building a Multi-Family 50 kW Solar PV Array
PDF of print magazine article

Empire State Future, Oct. 2011 “Smart Growth Spotlight: EcoVillage Ithaca.” A look at EcoVillage from the perspective of smart growth and sustainable suburban development, published by this project of the Tides Center.

Books by Liz Walker