Dancing Rabbit is a feminist ecovillage, sustainability demonstration project, and robust and growing intentional community.
Have you been wanting to visit Dancing Rabbit? Do you long to live more simply around people who share your values? Now is your chance! Come and claim your spot in our next visitor session of the year. We encourage you to apply for this May visitor session if you want to immerse yourself in sustainable community and see whether this could be the right place for you to live, or if you want to learn what you can apply at home to make your life more sustainable and fulfilling. Come join us and see for yourself what makes this ecovillage so special!
The other night, Highway MM from Rutledge to Memphis and back was two very different experiences. On my way, in the partial light and drizzle, it was a beautiful country drive: hills and curves and cows. I love these kinds of drives. I used to have to leave the city to take a country detour like this. Now, as a new resident at Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage, I get to enjoy these back roads in the natural course of my comings and goings. While the drive to Memphis was enjoyable, the drive back to Dancing Rabbit later that night was a…read more >
September rolled in quietly last week while my attention was elsewhere. Now I find myself halfway through the remaining few weeks of summer, finally enjoying as many tomatoes and dropping peaches as I care to eat. I’m appreciating these cooler days and nights, as well, even though they portend the waning of the season when such delights will eventually come to an end for the year. Ted here, to bring you the latest from here. This week at Dancing Rabbit bridged one big event and another; from the Singing Rabbit event we hosted here on Labor Day weekend to our…read more >
I’m sure that plenty of exciting things happened here at Dancing Rabbit during the past week—not the least of which is that we finally got some much-needed rain! But I’m having a hard time remembering it all over the songs in my head. I’m not the first to say it, but one of the really great things about living here is how many awesome workshops and events happen in the village. I can learn and have fun and meet people and eat amazing food—and then go home to sleep in my own bed. Christina here, writing on the last day…read more >