Passivhaus Power!

When we speak of the construction of homes and institutions today, the modern environmenally-conscious zeitgeist would have us focus on “reducing the carbon footprint” or eking closer to “net-neutral.” Imagine, for a moment, instead that we demanded answers to questions like “Will the carbon footprint on this building be net-*positive* immediately or will it takeContinue reading “Passivhaus Power!”

Civil Engineers and Architects: Building the Team

Any fairly large project that is successful, I think, will credit its success to a strong, competent, cohesive team comprised of top notch team members who each do their piece of the puzzle well. So building our eco-glamping sanctuary team carefully and thoughtfully, is something John and I both take seriously. Before we started thisContinue reading “Civil Engineers and Architects: Building the Team”

Running Numbers & Establishing Mission HQ

This week, my focus is on tightening up the numbers in our Pro Forma P&L and transforming all of our raw spreadsheet data into understandable, compelling financials to present to potential investors hopefully just after Thanksgiving. Meanwhile Johnny has all the fun: turning the shell of a cabin that was on the property when weContinue reading “Running Numbers & Establishing Mission HQ”

The Journey Begins…Raw mountains in Greenwood Maine.

Thank you for your interest in our journey as we create our backcountry, alpine, food-focused eco-glamping accommodation in Greenwood, Maine! Our goal for this blog is to keep our friends and followers informed about the evolution of our Sanctuary. My name is Karen Bolduc, and it is my voice you’ll hear in this blog. WritingContinue reading “The Journey Begins…Raw mountains in Greenwood Maine.”