Two longtime Monteverde residents share the challenges and benefits of living in community

Community is something many seek and desire, but what does building and maintaining a community look like? The idea of community is simple, as a practice more complex. Like many things, what is worthy takes continuing effort, refining, reevaluation, compassion, acceptance and much more.

Listen to Lucky Guindon and Sue Trostle talk about Monteverde’s roots- past and present.

This story was recorded live [in English] at the Monteverde Institute on April 21, 2016.

More about Libro Vivo from the Monteverde Institute.

As part of our library projects at the MVI we are starting to organize “Living Book” events. At these events different members of the community show up to tell stories. The following photo is from our first event where Lucky and Sue joined us to tell stories of how Monteverde was when they came.

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