Yesterday I posted Coco Gordon’s letter to David about not being able to come to OACC this year because of the flooding in Colorado. Coco is in Lyon’s and needs to stay to try to have ”input into the Wastewater rebuild decisions”. This post caught the eye of Joyce Main of Colorado who was moved enough become our . . . → Read More: Response to Coco Gordon Post
A Story of Coco Gordon of Lyons Colorado Not Being Able to Come to OACC This Year.
Coco is a long time poet, bioregionalist, permaculturist, and past attendee of OACC. From an email to David Haenke, OACC 34 Coordinator, reprinted with her permission…
You probably heard about the flood that tried to wipe out . . . → Read More: Coco Gordon
Nowadays the Green movement seems to be completely mainstream. Which is great, aside from some large corporations using the movement for “green washing”, instead of making real ecological changes. Added to this is the information revolution, and the result is a plethora of web based pages and social networking sites (Facebook, MySpace, Ning, etc) that . . . → Read More: Going Green
I found this shot from this year’s OACC of (I don’t know his name) explaining how to make your own bow and arrow. Seems like OACC is all about sharing info like this. If anyone has another photo which tells the story better, haul it out.
A lot of people who will see this site, and read this post, will not know what OACC is about. OACC has been an annual gathering since 1979, and the ideas that have come from the weekend in the Ozarks have spurred many changes in the lives of the attendees; from motivation for changes in . . . → Read More: What is OACC to you?
Welcome to our new site. We just came online today, and our webmaster will be working on piecing things together and making this the best webpage that we’ve had.
Many ideas have come in, and we’ll be looking into things like a page listing the food donations needed, and then individuals can comment on what . . . → Read More: Hello OACClings!