Upcoming Events

Work Parties!

Sunday, January 25th — work party. 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. We’ll be clearing the area west of the chicken coop, to prepare to expand the coop. Moving heavy items, raking, dump run, and hopefully setting up the carport.

Sunday, February 22nd — work party. 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. Ditch-cleaning. This involves as many people as possible, and a lot of raking.

Saturday, March 14th — work party. 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. Planting. We’ll finalize the irrigation system, direct-sow cold season crops outdoors, and start the tomatoes, peppers, etc in the greenhouse.

Saturday, March 21st — Ostara. Celebrate the Spring Equinox! Ceremony & potluck. Ritual at 1pm, potluck to follow.

Sunday April 12th — work party. 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. tasks TBD.

Saturday, May 16th — work party. 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. tasks TBD.

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  1. James Miller

    Hello ~
    My friend Geoffrey & I are sculptors from Loveland CO, we have been designing earth friendly metaphysically themed concrete garden sculpture for over 12 years now (greenemen, moon goddesses, fairy dragons… that sort of thing). We get up to ABQ about 3 times a year to peddle our wares at the Rio Grande Arts & Crafts festivals (we have very loyal collectors there).
    One of my collectors told me about your community at the last Beltania gathering here in CO, and I have decided that I must come and visit you when I am back in ABQ around Oct. 8 or 9. I have a lot of respect for intentional communities like yours, and I visit and support them whenever I am able. Geoffrey & I intend to buy about 10 acres here in the Loveland area sometime in the next couple of years and do something similar ourselves. Check out our website and let me know if you see any of our art that you are interested in; I suspect a greenman or two would be quite happy at Sunflower river. I am happy to barter for produce, organic meats, or hand crafted goods (I actually barter with the folks at Bee Chama for their honey, royal jelly, beeswax, etc.) Do you know Arik and the folks over in Polvadera?
    Anyway, I hope that your community thrives and that I get a chance to meet with you when I am down next time.
    Bright Blessings,

    James Miller


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