Living Sustainably ... Together.

Heathcote is an intentional community located 30 miles north of Baltimore, MD and 20 miles south of York, PA. It is nestled in a narrow wooded stream valley on a 44 acre community land trust plus a 68 acre plot of woods that's owned by some of our members. We are a community of friends and family who choose to live cooperatively and consciously create a better way of life. We strive to care for one another and for the natural systems that nurture us. Our diet is organic and vegetarian.

Welcome to the Heathcote "online community". Please join our email list to receive updates about upcoming events at the community. If you have any questions about the site or suggestions, please email Paul at info@heathcote.org

Web Site Features to Check Out

  • We're looking for people to come live with us here at Heathcote. Is Heathcote the place for you?.
  • If you'd like to visit Heathcote, please look at the visitor page. Our calendar has a schedule of upcoming visitor days.
  • Also, please join our email list to participate in the online community and receive emails about upcoming events.
  • We're really excited to have had an anthropology student, Angela Greco, make a film about Heathcote! You can watch the movie to find out a bit more about us.
  • For information about permaculture workshops see the Permaculture page. For long-term learning experiences, please check out our internship program!

What's New at Heathcote

Upcoming Events

December 2013

It's been about a year since I've updated this column.  Sorry to be out of touch for so long.  A lot has happened in the last year.  We've had a couple of farmers help us out over the summer.  Patrick primarily, and Alex a bit too.  But now they've moved on and Julie has taken over as the lead farmer.  She and her two daughters have moved into the farmhouse where Kathy had lived (yes Kathy has moved on as well).

We've also had two weddings for Heathcoters.  In June Rachel and Nick got married here, and in October Mary and John were married.  They were both very fun, and they tended to take up lots of the community's attention during the planning.