Treehouse Village is thirty households of a variety of shapes and sizes, working together to build a community-oriented neighbourhood and live more socially and responsibly. There are six languages spoken and villagers ranging from under one to over eighty years of age. This community has welcomed families from Bridgewater, Nova Scotia, across Canada, and beyond who are committing to three shared values ourselves, our neighbours, and our planet.
At Treehouse, we are committed to:
Communicating in ways that are honest and transparent, while doing our best to be courteous and considerate, welcoming and inclusive, compassionate and empathetic.
Contributing in ways that enrich the social fabric and physical space of our community and that encourage each other to share our varied gifts, abilities, and insights while also recognizing our own needs.
Collaborating in ways that are intentional and where challenges and disagreements are met with curiosity, openness, and the understanding that we are all learning together.
Caring for ourselves, our neighbours, and our earth; while celebrating diversity, offering hospitality, living lightly, and being grateful on our journey.
And…together we create a community, a village we can call home.