In 2016, the first two homes are complete, and they are both occupied (see “Homes”). The second two homes are now nearing completion.

Many of the beams used in construction of the Community’s buildings have been repurposed from various locations. Some are from the Moses Lake area irrigation canal bridges; some are from appple warehouses in the Tonasket area. Some are from the Omak apple box factory, and some from the Omak Stampede grandstands.

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Some pictures of the progress of Pleasant Glade Intentional Community …

As of April, 2014, the first member-family has moved into their home, and Bob and Jane are in the process of moving into their home. The work will continue to complete the Community Building, and also to landscape the two completed homes.

The walls of our buildings are constructed with Faswall, an “insulated concrete form wall system with forms made from recycled wood and concrete. Faswall is energy and resource efficient for the green building and green home.”

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Beginnings of construction of Pleasant Glade Intentional Community …