Twin Cities Ecovillage Project
The Twin Cities Ecovillage Project is an alliance of creators/builders/dreamers dedicated to ethical, cooperative, sustainable, meaningful living. We are working together to reclaim forgotten knowledge about how to be human -- recovering ancient wisdom and technologies, re-learning how to live in community, and restoring the land.
We are currently exploring several possible iterations of this dream through three emerging projects: the Minnesota Ecovillage Project, the Duxbury Land Project, and the Lake Tamarack Project.
Duxbury Land Project
Duxbury Land Project is developing on 40 acres near Duxbury, Minnesota. If you are interested in organic farming, rustic living, and being close to tens of thousands of acres of public land, reach out to the primary organizer Dylan Linet at firstname.lastname@example.org
Minnesota Ecovillage Project
We are gathering a team to build and inhabit an intergenerational ecovillage where we can live lightly on the land by the power of the sun. We are working together to reclaim forgotten knowledge about how to be human -- recovering ancient wisdom and technologies, re-learning how to live in community, and restoring the land.
This village is a humble collective of people wishing to abandon economies of consumption, competition, and exploitation. It is a laboratory for experimentation in different ways of being human, a workshop for ecological ingenuity, a playground for creative expression, a retreat for the solace of green things, a dance party in the woods, a seed for a better world.
Construction begins Summer 2024. Learn more at minnesotaecovillage.org
Lake Tamarack Project
Come experience the peaceful beauty of Lake Tamarack at this rustic property featuring an off-grid yurt! You can enjoy yourself exploring via canoe or relaxing with a book at our dock! With nearly 10,000 acres of state land out the backdoor and many trails, adventuring can always be done no matter the season. We enjoy hiking, snowshoeing, backcountry cross-country skiing, and hunting depending on the time of year. Sometimes there are crafting classes, such as basketry, wild food education, hide tanning, etc.
Book your adventure via Hipcamp - Lakeside Yurt