Land Search Update

The search continues for our property in Maine after our second unsuccessful bid earlier this year.  While checking out new listings, we frequently use the website linked in our “Tools for Discovering Air Quality” blog ~ http://find.mapmuse.com/interest/cell-towers ~ for an initial evaluation.  By happen chance we noticed a new cell tower listing and was overwhelmingly grateful when we realized the …

Land Update

While it’s been a while since we blogged last, we’ve been actively investigating Maine and potential properties. Thus far, we’ve put in 2 offers, but are now back to searching for the home for HFC. On our list – environmental suitability, with some water course for recreation, within a reasonable driving distance to organic groceries. Please keep HFC in your …

Tax-Exempt Status Update

We interrupt our regular blog post scheduled to happily announce that Habitat for Canaries Inc. has been recognized as a tax-exempt organization under section 501(c)3 of the Code. Specifically, HFC is recognized as a public charity under section 509(a)2. In addition to cash gifts, Habitat for Canaries can also tax receipt bequests, devises, transfers, or gifts. If you have been …

Habitat for Canaries Welcomes Briburn to Our Team

Chris and Harry are energetic design architects with a passion for environmentally friendly, sustainable buildings. Just what the doctor prescribed for Habitat for Canaries! We chose Briburn for their understanding and sensitivity to the special needs our buildings must meet for our guests and occupants. Check them out on their website, www.briburn.com. And we are on another trip (April 2017) …

The Clean 8 Hours

As long as I can remember, the doctors have impressed upon me the necessity of having a clean sleeping space. Converse to modern living arrangements where you have electronics, TVs, and wardrobes all in the bedroom, it is imperative to give the canary a room where there is nothing that causes their immune system to activate. Since the body heals …

Introducing Habitat for Canaries

Welcome to the Habitat for Canaries website! My goodness, after years of dreaming, I’m so excited to welcome you all to this tangible step of progress. When I was diagnosed in 1998 the doctors didn’t hold a functional life as something attainable, but they failed to consider God’s grace and my stubborn determination. In those early years at the clinic …