TCUP Presents...Post-Civilization Camp! What is post-civ camp? A month long camp (June 1-30th), where we take a deep-dive exploration of cultivating a culture that allows humanity to thrive and connect to mother earth. Our goal is to evolve our culture to a more harmonious way of being, our playground will be working together to build... Continue Reading →
This year we had some excitement starting out a SALVE MAKING BUSINESS! Plant medicine is a passion shared by many at The Common Unity Project, and it has felt wonderful to dive into that and get to share it with the rest of the world, especially our wider Hazelton community. Martin and my sister preparing... Continue Reading →
We have put together a little update video to show some of the progress. This short video shows the development of the Hive from the east side view from the beginnings in 2015 to fall 2019. It is starting to look like a house that we can live in, not quite but so close.
We were thrilled to have Jon and Meesh from Junktime Puppets construct the bike cart puppet 'Big Blue Poppa' here. They used mostly found materials and built him to be part of their puppet show for the Kispiox Valley Music Festival. Looking forward to what they come up with next!!
SUMMER VOLUNTEER CAMP 2018 JUNE 15TH-JULY26TH Join us for a six week experience at The Common Unity Project. We are an intentional community living off-grid, inspired by permaculture, and in the midst of building a hybrid earthship communal home. This summer we are focused on finishing the building we started three years ago so we... Continue Reading →
Recently 13 members and prospective members of The Common Unity Project attended a weekend workshop titled “Heart to Heart Communication” created by an extraordinarily wise and highly intuitive community building workshop facilitator RoseMarie Pierce. RoseMarie’s innate ability to gently guide people inward to the route of their problems is confounding. She has over 25... Continue Reading →
This year we constructed two greenhouses in the field, as well as a mini-one attached to the cabin on the hill. They will act as nurseries for propagated plants and winter storage for perennials. We also get to grow some heat loving crops like tomatoes and peppers in them now 🙂 Another greenhouse project that... Continue Reading →
Look out! Some asteroids struck Two Mile, BC. Specifically, our field. And not so much asteroids as an excavator. We have taken some leaps this year towards our goal of a permaculture food forest and perennial plant nursery, thanks to a generous donation from The Cassandra Trust. What we... Continue Reading →