Picture of handmade pouch (a gift that Nhan made for Victoria), wild tobacco, and wild harvested herbal tea (Woolly Blue Curls or Trichostema Lanatum).  We will be sharing more about these traditions and crafts.

Picture of handmade pouch (a gift that Nhan made for Victoria), wild tobacco, and wild harvested herbal tea (Woolly Blue Curls or Trichostema Lanatum). We will be sharing more about these traditions and crafts.

Welcome to the EarthSky People project update blog series!

Victoria and I co-created the EarthSky People concept on April 1st and by May 3rd it had evolved into a project to establish an intentional living community.

As a community oriented project, we’ll be keeping regular updates on EarthSky People developments and making a public record of our progress and providing another access point for others to learn and share information through this series.

As of this moment, the EarthSky People Intentional Community has two official members, Victoria Vives Khuong and myself (Nhan Khuong).  We are actively looking for people interested in participating in our project at any level of commitment, ranging from basic curiosity, to donating time and expertise, to making the leap and joining us as a member.  In order to facilitate this we are developing the EarthSkyPeople.org website as a hub for communication and information relating to the project.  Additionally, anyone interested may also connect with us on facebook and meetup

Although still in the initial stages of development, you can learn about the core principles behind the movement here:

    Woolly Blue Curls

Woolly Blue Curls

https://earthskypeople.org/vision/

Currently we are making preparations to sell our house in the suburbs and looking for land that will best support our community goals.

Victoria and I spent the day with a real estate agent on Monday and explored five properties in the Topanga and Ventura areas.  Although we haven’t found “the one” this has really given us a lot to think about and much forward momentum.

In the spirit of connecting with nature and the land that we were visiting, we took small samples of local herbs for tea and Victoria offered wild tobacco as appreciation and to bring the exchange full circle energetically.

Join us at our community meeting here!