April, 2009 written by Apple
Here are some links to growing anarchist networks:
Well, it’s been a crazy winter for Acorn. The business’ rapid growth in the past couple of years has given way to breakneck growth this winter. Southern Exposure Seed Exchange grew at a rate of about 70% over last year for January and February of this year. The community population, however, has not and the resulting situation has meant widespread craziness and long long hours. So significant has been the growth that this year we’ve begun, in a charming bit of historical reciprocity, to hire Twin Oakers to help us handle the extra business. For the first many years of Acorn’s existence we supported ourselves making hammocks for Twin Oaks and it’s nice to finally be in a position where we can be there for them.
News of the Oaks: Equinox - to - Equinox (Autumn 08 - Spring 09)
by Valerie TO
Bucket for the FEC - 3/30/09
A Human Sized Answer to a Global Problem
Sharing & Climate Change
For those strange folks that might be interested in reading the stuff I post on the Opinions & Ideas Board at Twin Oaks, I am posting them here for your reading pleasure.
As I write this, a child is being born here at Twin Oaks. In the upstairs living room of Kaweah, Summer and Purl are being assisted by friends, family and a midwife in giving birth to our newest member.
Bucket Goes to NASCO
And Reports Back to You!
Monday, November 10, 2008 – Bucket TO
Kat Kinkade died at 7:40, July 3rd, 2008 at Twin Oaks Community in the building called Nashoba. Her family and friends were here with her when she passed.