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Avalon Springs

Avalon Springs is a developing hot springs eco-resort and seasonal ecovillage in Middletown, North of Napa County, California.  We welcome investors to become profit-share owners and/or eventually seasonal residents.

Website: http://www.AvalonSprings.com
Location: Middletown, California
Members: 8
Latest Activity: Jan 24, 2011

 

Avalon Springs is in development, and currently looking for investment capital.  We have three hot springs on 318 acres of woodland - a lodge and 67 cabins from the old resort.  The past 5 years were spent in visioning & clean up (1 year), developing a Permaculture Master Plan for the whole property (1 year) and acquiring all permits and permissions to build a new resort with 67 earthen guestrooms, conference center, sustainable infrastructure, natural pools plan and healing center, and 30-home seasonal ecovillage (2.5 years).  Now, we are welcoming investors who want to be co-owners who share profit in the resort, providing a safe income-producing investment secured by the real estate and project. 


 VISIT OUR WEBSITE for lots more info, photos, and videos about Avalon Springs

 

Discussion Forum

Field of Alliance 3 Replies

Started by Mellissa Seaman. Last reply by Darlene Cavallara Jan 22, 2011.

Buying Shares in Avalon 2 Replies

Started by Darlene Cavallara. Last reply by Darlene Cavallara Jan 22, 2011.

Community and Business 4 Replies

Started by Mellissa Seaman. Last reply by Darlene Cavallara Jan 22, 2011.

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Comment by Darlene Cavallara on January 24, 2011 at 10:15am

We fixed it and just left out the 2009 review one - it can be confusing trying to learn html code so you can place things correctly - but that's why we are here to help! 

We are listening to Hazel Henderson from Ethical Markets on the Healthy Money Summit and she is spot on.  The sessions are being recorded and we will import them into the network when they are available.  Avalon is on a cutting edge and we are hoping we can help direct the right resources to ensure your success. 

Cheers

D&D

Comment by Mellissa Seaman on January 23, 2011 at 9:10am

D&D

Thanks for the tip about the HTML button - I have been trying to edit the HTML in edit mode (just to re-order the videos so the new film is on top - my other ideas is to JUST have the new video - "the Movie" one...), but when I press "save" the videos all disappear from the preview box.  I can usually edit HTML code OK... maybe it's my browser?  I'm using firefox.  Could you look at the page and see if the videos show up for you?  And see the code - did I mess something up?

thanks

mellissa

Comment by Darlene Cavallara on January 22, 2011 at 7:19pm

Fixed it...the little button on the far right that says HTML - you click it and then embed the code - you have to scroll around some code to find the right place - we are going to get a video tutorial made soon (in our spare time of course :-) so that folks can learn how to do simple things like this.  It is confusing for people who do not have experience.  Let us know if you need any more help...

 

Cheers!

Comment by Mellissa Seaman on January 22, 2011 at 3:38pm

Thanks D&D for helping get us re-started on Transition CA!!!

You guys rock!

Comment by Darlene Cavallara on January 21, 2011 at 4:52pm
Avalon Springs is an excellent model that can be showcased as a viable option for those seeking to live in sustainable communities!
 

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