Living Well Community News

With Gratitude

imageRain or shine, wind or storm……you would never know the sun wasn’t shining on Rising Sun Way this weekend. Or maybe it was!

The Small House Convergence was a huge success, well attended and tremendously gratifying for the presenters, participants and organizers. We learnd new skills, gatherd new information, made new friends and enjoyed home made foods.

The Living Well Earth Stewards and Living Well Community members wish to say           ” thank you ” to our generous presenters and daring participants for supporting our event.

We welcome your suggestions and comment and ask you to send us your email so that we can keep you updated on our plans for next year.



Small House Convergence

Smaller houses, larger lives
October 2-4, 2015
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Early Bird Registration
2nd Annual Small House Convergence
Join experts, practitioners, enthusiasts, learners, builders, architects, and advocates at the 2nd annual Small House Convergence! The Convergence brings together in one place people of all backgrounds who are working on or interested in Small Houses and Small House Communities for demonstrations, workshops, discussions, information-sharing and networking.
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Living Well Conference Center
Living Well Community
Franklinville, NC

The Convergence is held at the conference center of the Living Well Community in central North Carolina. Living Well Community is a 124 acre community on the Deep River focused on sustainability and wellness. It is a short drive from Raleigh, Durham, Greensboro, Winston-Salem, Charlotte, and Fayetteville North Carolina, and is less than six hours from Atlanta, Georgia and Washington, D.C.
Registration options and costs
Early Bird Full Conference – $80
Full Conference – $100
Friday afternoon only – $30
Saturday full day – $60
Sunday morning only – $30

Ten camping available – $20/night
Work exchanges and some student scholarships available – contact us!
Contact Us
As we move further into the 21st century, we face multiple complex challenges simultaneously: climate change, economic volatility, income inequality, political division, and a large and growing vulnerable segment of the population. Small House Living is an important step to creating a sustainable, affordable and resilient future to address the pressing issues of our time.

For more information about the Convergence, please contact:

Charlotte Vetter – (910) 690-0380
Harvey Harman – (919) 799-6819
Dave Stellhorn – (704) 226-8240