Notes from Windward:

Year 15Issue Number 622002

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Building a Castle in the Pasture

Sustainable / Renewable Systems

     An overview of what we've done,

     What we're working on now

               Cookstoves, air quality and unintended consequences

               Solar lights on wintry nights

               Bob's battery box

               Plumbing may not be sexy, but . . .

               French Drain for the North Wall

     And what we have in mind

               Wind generated hydrogen for the dining hall

               Solar powered irrigation

               Solar powered induction foundry

               LPMeOH conversion of woodchips into fuel

Payment in Full

     Heather talks about her special arrangement

An Early Summer Update

Joyce reflects ....

I am a Volunteer

     Terry's article from the January Mensa Bulletin

Discovering Lambs

     Terry talks about the joys of spring lambing

Life beyond Windward

     Joyce talks about her CASA work

Just another Windward day

     Cecilia talks about the neighbor's grass fire and life at Windward

Something wicked this way comes ...

     Walt talks about the fire;
     how it got started and how it got stopped.

Buffy and the Bucket

     Terri tell the tale of the Headless Ewe

Adventures with Sheep

     Terri tells why the males are called "rams."

The Kitchen Garden

     Gaia and Tara talk about the kitchen garden.


     Tara talks about one of our Elder Sheep

Notes from Windward, Vol. 63

     a link to the next issue of this newsletter


Essays and Editorials:

More Windward than Windward

     Walt talks about what we're looking for in new folk

Windfalls and Othersuch

     Walt talks about some of Windward's operational guidelines

     Part One

     Part Two

     A digression

     Part Three

the fine print

     thoughts on the importance of realistic expectations

Administrative Matters


     Current Bylaws of the Windward Foundation

          As amended October 28, 2002

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