Visitor Season at Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage Right Around the Corner

by ziggy on March 31, 2014 -- 0 comments -- Follow

Visit Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage

Experience sustainable living at Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage this year

Well, that came up fast. It’s April 1 tomorrow, and that signals a special time of year. In a couple of weeks, the visitor season at Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage is about to begin. If you’ve been curious what life is like in an ecovillage or intentional community, now is the time to sign up and plan your trip for this summer.

There are a number of ways to visit Dancing Rabbit, but if you think you might be interested in living there one day, the visitor program is your best bet. Here’s how to go about setting that up.

How To Visit Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage

The full visitor schedule is available here, and there are five sessions between two and three weeks long. I highly recommend that you consider signing up soon if you have any interest, because I know from personal experience that the program often gets booked up fairly quickly. This is especially true if you think you have any intention of relocating there, because you cannot simply move to Dancing Rabbit without some kind of formal visit. Each session usually maxes out at 12 or so individuals.

Dancing Rabbit also offers afternoon tours, and individuals organize work exchange programs for folks who want to get their hands on a project during their stay. A work exchange is the best means of getting actively involved for a longer duration, and programs often run throughout the summer. These are great for folks who want new gardening or natural building experience, and want to be there for an extended period

Timber frame House

Our timber frame house at Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage

While you’re there, you can check out our two natural homes for sale, too! Our cob house Gobcobatron and timber frame home Strawtron are both available for purchase. We hope that the right person comes along who wants a beautiful place to live, without needing the immense effort of building their own place.

It’s start to start making summer plans already!

(Top photo credit: Ramin Rahimian)

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