Prairie installed a thermal covering over a vent in our community house of culture, to keep out the cold.

Cycles and Cycles: A Dancing Rabbit Update

It is a pleasure to write to you this week of the Winter Solstice, Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, and undoubtedly some other holidays celebrating the shortest days of the year and the sun's return toward more warmth and light. Ted here to bring you t ...

Uncle Kurt rocking the suspenders with the love of his life, Alline.

Meet A Rabbit: Kurt, Everybody’s Favorite Uncle

If the Milkweed Mercantile (Dancing Rabbit’s very own eco B&B) is the heart of the village, then the big toothy grin of the village is a charming old fellow in plaid. Folks around here like to call him Uncle Kurt. You’ll often find him hanging o ...

Farmer John enjoying a snowy day in front of our eco inn, the Milkweed Mercantile.

The Country Life: A Dancing Rabbit Update

Howdy y'all! I grew up in Rushville Illinois, but spent 30 years in Texas, where I picked up some of the local lingo. When I’m a’down in the rough part of Seguin, Texas I might could turn it awn kinna heavy. I like saying y'all because it feels so i ...

Coping with the challenges posed by climate change is a lot like hang gliding.
Image Source: Audrey. Changes made: image flipped and cropped. Original Here.

Gliding on Air: A Dancing Rabbit Invitation

Hang gliding is a blast. So says Bob, one of my oldest (and most interesting) friends at Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage. Coping with the challenges posed by climate change is a lot like hang gliding. Image Source: Audrey. Changes made: image flipped a ...

11.10.2019 Avi

Reaping The Harvest: A Dancing Rabbit Update

As fall turns frigid here at Dancing Rabbit, I’ve been thinking a lot about the phrase, “You reap what you sow.” Avi here. I’m a fall kind of guy. I like the slowing down; the coziness; and the harvesting of and reflecting on what was from the curre ...

Congrats Anna and Avi.

The Celebration of Autumn: A Dancing Rabbit Update

I've been deeply enjoying the long, slow autumn moment these past few weeks, with the low temperatures flirting with freezing but not going far enough below to make all the trees' leaves fall. Instead, they've been passing slowly through the fantasy ...