Notes from Windward:
Year 18 (2005)Issue Number 65Index of Past Issues

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Sustainability and the "Yuck!" Factor
       How "Yuck!" can help build sustainability

Todd's Take on Quality of Life - Windward Style
       Part One

The Quarter Life Crisis and Windward
       A description of the world as seen by many twenty-somethings.

Moving Beyond Rebellion: My Greatest Accomplishment
       Brooks is looking into doing post-graduate work from Windward, and one of the programs she's considering requires applicants to write an essay describing their greatest accomplishment. Here's what she choose to say.

Moving Beyond Rebellion: An Addendum
       Wherein Brooks describes the outcome of her research into her post-graduate options.

Zen and the Art of Hydronic Slabbing
       Todd describes pouring the wood shop's slab floor

Painting the Dining Hall
       Brooks adds a touch of color

Windward Version 4.0
       Moving into the next phase of our organizational life

Fowl Developments
       increasing Windward's bird population

Google Earth to Windward
       a bird's eye view of where we are

       Click Here to see a bird's eye view of Windward looking westward towards Mt. Hood.

Mid-summer Update
       steady as she goes

Dynamic Consensus
       wherein silence plus time constitutes consent

Two Hours a Day
       wherein Walt talks about expectations

Bush Cherry Jam
       Terry talks about making jam from our Hansen bush cherries

       Alica talks about Homer the lamb

       Alica talks about Savanah's passing

We Have Lambs!
       Alica talks about this year's crop of lambs

Talking Sheep
       Kathy O' talks about communicating with the sheep

Notes from Windward - Volume 7 Issue 4
       with thanks to Kayth O' for typing in an old issue.

The Sustainable Sawyer
       Turning salvage logs into construction materials

Kitchen Ambiance
       Gina talks about our kitchen

It's Snow Go!
       Making do in a Pinz

Harris' Law
       One reason Windward has survived over the years

End-of-year Update
       Winter comes to Windward

Notes Volume 64
       Last year's newsletter


                 Upcoming Events at Windward

Spiral Rhythms Festival

May 19 - 22     Acoustic Musical Festival            

           Essays and Editorials:

The Fellowship versus the Bilderberg Group
       a guest editorial by Allen Butcher

       a bit of background by Walt

Windward's Chairs and Departments
       Now that Windward has most of its life support systems in place, we're giving thought to how we want to structure the next stage of our adventure. This link takes you to a discussion of how we see the work we've already started becoming more focused, more organized, and how new members can carve out a niche to suit their special interests.

the fine print

     thoughts on the importance of realistic expectations

           Administrative Matters Windward's Info Sheet and Waiver

Current Bylaws of the Windward Foundation
          As amended December 15, 2005.

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