One of our focuses over the last several years has been increasing how much food we can produce. Part of that is extending the growing season. Being at almost 700 […]
The Half-life of Stuff (Part 1) By: Josie Straka I recently completed the process of getting rid of half of what I own in this world. It was an interesting […]
Meeting. Conference. Seminar. Do you get queasy at the thought of attending an event with one of these words in the title? So do we. Such events are usually linear, […]
After our big push to get the sauna walls up in September and a Whirlwind Mid-west Vacation, we are slowly adjusting to shorter, cooler, wetter days at CopperMoon, and thinking […]
Our blog has been quiet. Not, however, because CopperMoon has been quiet. This has been one busy summer of work and activity. Here are quick highlights of what we’ve been […]
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Yesterday was a lovely day to start Jamalot at CopperMoon. We met new people, visited the forest, shared chai and chili, hung out and had fun.
“A human being should be able to change a diaper, plan an invasion, butcher a hog, conn a ship, design a building, write a sonnet, balance accounts, build a wall, […]
We’ve been brainstorming what a monthly or bi-monthly event at CopperMoon might look like. We want to give folks a chance to come soak in the abundance that we nuture here at […]
When we moved onto CopperMoon property in 2007, there were three established trails here: a long trail from the bottom of the pasture behind the house all the way to […]
Continuing the story of how we of CopperMoon got here, we decided to post a series consisting of each of our stories. To add spice to the mix, we decided […]