Re: Farming in community
From: Emilie Parker (
Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2019 06:35:43 -0800 (PST)
Our plan is for HOA to own land and each member pay a monthly CSA fee
covering all expenses of farming.  We have space in our common house for a
farm intern to live.  The farm management, planning and purchasing will be
done by our CSA committee.  Every member of the community will get a box of
food weekly.  We have a local small-farm organic *farmer* as our
consultant.  His business model is farm stand and CSA (Community Supported
Agriculture).  We have 2 acres for farming and are building a barn to house
farming greenhouse, storage, and root cellar, wood/metal workshops and art
workshops.  We expect to break ground soon.
Bohn Farm Cohousing Community of Art and Farming
Longmont, Colorado
Emilie Parker
emilie.v.parker [at]
240-350-8533 cell

*Art is the funnel through which spirit is poured into life.*

*Joseph Campbell*

On Sun, Feb 10, 2019 at 7:07 PM Beverly Jones Redekop <
beverly.jones.redekop [at]> wrote:

> Members lease the land for $500 per acre per year and self-organize as
> members of the farm team.
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