Kim Scheidt is a founding member of Red Earth Farms community in northeast Missouri. She works at the national headquarters of the Fellowship for Intentional Community.
Articles by Kim Scheidt
A land trust with leaseholds keeps members’ costs down while allowing a combination of autonomy and connection.
The Adventure of Starting Over (Issue # 157)
Having lost its other adult member, Dandelion looks forward to expanding again with a revitalized focus.
In a world in which food choices
and dietary preferences can
lactic-acid fermentation wins
a new convert.
By reducing our economic impact, we can shrink our ecological footprint, while freeing up time and energy to contribute to community and a more sustainable world.
Do you think a half-century-old book on proper “womanhood,” much of whose advice is guaranteed to cause feminists to scream out in indignation, has nothing to teach us? Think again.
When an Ecovillage Is Raising Your Child (Issue # 146)
Two mothers at Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage describe the benefits and challenges of raising children with 30 different community “parents” also involved.
Adventures in Temporary Community (Issue # 142)
An Interview with Liat Silverman
Superhero rides, Burning Man, and Rainbow Gatherings all demonstrate how living, working, and sharing together offer many benefits, whether in temporary or long-term community.