Welcome to the OASIS Eco-village Project

- an Eco-village,
- Eco-preneur ships and green projects
- a green Folk-High-School (adult learning center)
- a LAND center (Permaculture: ”Learning Action Network Demonstration”
- and a transition initiative contributing to the green transition

Where are we now?


In January 2017 four of us set down for a week to clarify our vision. We worked through every exercise in Diana Leafe Christians book Creating a Life Together.  Read the results in About us.

A week later we met with Cirkelbo to see if it made sense to join forces. It didn’t, so we decided we would be neighboring communities in Vinge, a new town planned by Frederiksund municipality in Denmark, who welcomed eco-villages.

A month later we met Ross Jackson, the founder of Bærebo, a larger sustainable settlement project, planning to provide structure (buildings, off the grid electricity, land to grow vegetables etc) for 3-400 houses or more – in Vinge. It just seemed to good to be true to have such a flow. And it was too good to be true. Bærebo has left Vinge. So has Cirkelbo.

Since April 2018, we have been focusing on establishing our eco-village and a folk-highschool around the old Folk highschool of Skælskør. Our core-group continues to expand and stabilize.


Sustainability in all areas


In regards to Self

We aim to live our passion and respect our needs and resources. NVC, Aima, Family constellations, dragon dreaming, daily meditation, healthy meals, being physically active and other tools supports us in living from our hearts, reconnecting with our selves, communicating clearer, clarifying direction, dealing with emotions etc

In regards to relationships

We aim to contribute from a place of surplus, rather than from a place of obligation. We believe it is an innate quality in people to want to contribute, once their own basic needs are taken care of. We percieve lack of contribution to the community as a sign that basic needs aren’t being met. It may seem like a paradox to build community through reconnecting with our selves, but we believe it is the only real way to prevent and resolve conflicts.

In regards to society

Through our example and our educational activities, we seek to inspire the world around us to take the next steps towards a sustainable life. We aim to create or participate in local, fair & sustainable businesses, so we may make our living by doing what we love to do, while we contribute to the society around us.

In regards to the Earth

We aim to eat 95% vegan, grow our own foods, buy locally, build sustainable, be as much off-grid as possible in regards to utilities, so that we may leave a better earth for the next generations to come.

Sociocratic Decision making

Dynamic self-governance / sociocracy provides full  transparency and allows us to to have an equal voice at the same time as we only need to participate in meetings regarding subjects that we engage in. You may learn more by reading Many Voices One Song or by participating in SOLT (Sociocratic Leadership Training).


Macrobiotic Meals

Although we don’t consider ourselves a macrobiotic community, our community kitchen will provide two high quality macrobiotic meals a day, because macrobiotic food activates the body’s self-healing powers, is kind to the earth and eating the same food puts all of us on the same wave length. Macrobiotic meals are plant based, prepared by inspired cooks from unrefined, local, and organic ingredients.

Beyond diet and lifestyle, macrobiotics provides tools for harmony within oneself, community, and the world. Macrobiotics is based on an energetic approach to life.

- Law of attraction (We create our own reality)

- Transparency

- Transforming waste from one process into a resource for another

We value

- Natural life & natural law: Working with nature & the rhythms of the universe.

- Integrity

- Caring about ourselves, each other and the planet

- Personal & collective growth

- Respecting all beings.