By Katherine Harman and Kathy Horton Since July 2020, we have opened our Zoom Full Circle Gatherings and Meetings with “Treehouse Village is being built on the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq peoples. We are grateful to be building on this land. We will live in peace and seek means of reconciliation.” We...
On Saturday, August 21, Treehouse Village Ecohousing celebrated a major milestone — the start of construction on our 30-home, $12-million cohousing development project in Bridgewater, Nova Scotia.
This tree will grow as our homes are built, our gardens are seeded, and this land becomes vibrant with people, animals, and plants.
The Treehouse Village Ecohousing groundbreaking ceremony will take place on Saturday, August 21, 2021
Treehouse Village Ecohousing is one step closer to completion, as construction begins on the multigenerational cohousing development in Bridgewater, Nova Scotia.
In Bridgewater, there are so many options! From farm stands to farmer’s markets to CSAs.
Normally, I would visit a place before I bought a home there. But this isn’t a normal time. And Treehouse Village isn’t a normal place.
I knew my extrovert wife would be interested, but … I am a confirmed introvert. This cohousing concept seemed very … public. I had a lot of concerns.
It’s hard to believe we anticipate cutting our heating bill by almost 90% once my family moves to Treehouse Village in 2022.
Treehouse Village Ecohousing is building an intentional, multigenerational community that lives lightly on the Earth, shares resources, and creates a wonderful place to raise our kids.