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News of Twin Oaks

As of 2016 our news stories are now appearing only on our public Facebook page.

Nice article about us in the June 2013 issue.

Richmond Magazine article

"A Cultivated Community" The self-sustained Twin Oaks commune in Louisa County uses free-market pragmatism to preserve a place where free spirits can thrive. By Gary Robertson. [Original article.]

 

The much used and much loved TaChai Living Room conversation pit developed water leaks in the floor under the carpet recently.

The TaChai pit leaks!

The book authored by member-gardener Pam, Sustainable Market Farming, has sold 2850 copies already!
Sustainable Market Farming by Pam Dawling

Home birth, born to mother Rosie, Elspeth co-parent.

New Baby Born at Twin Oaks

Brittany holding the baby. (It's a girl, named Sylvia Cynthia Tupelo.)

The latest issue of our Leaves newsletter has been published in PDF format

 Leaves #115 Spring 2013

and was emailed to subscribers (in May).

Peridiodic cicadas are completing another 17-year cycle here.

Cicada Themed Visitor Parties

Washington Post Food Blog writer Carolyn Hax toured Twin Oaks and wrote a quite favorable blog post about our Tofu.

Twins Tofu Washington Post Blog

[Photo by Norm Shafer for the Post.]

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