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When I lived in a "normal" house total strangers did not call me up and ask to visit. Cohousing is different. This happens all the time at Wolf Creek Lodge, a senior cohousing community in Grass Valley, CA. When we were a brand new community we thought this was kind of fun. We still love to have...
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Carolyn Dyer of Iowa City Cohousing, still forming, posted their marketing plan to the Cohousing-L email list a week or two ago. I thought it contained many new ideas and asked her if I could share it here. She said yes so here it is. I particularly liked their use of speakers on related topics,...
Views since 5/2014: 4,643
Adapted with permission from Finding Community: How to Join an Ecovillage or Intentional Community (New Society Publishers, 2007). If you’d like to join an already-built cohousing community, each of your visits, whether sitting in on meetings or participating in common house dinners, is a rich...
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Perhaps your cohousing community is located in reasonable proximity to others, so that a multi community tour would be feasible. But wherever your community is located (close to or far from other communities) you will undoubtedly want to welcome visitors from time to time even during a period when...
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If a tour isn’t feasible, visit a community on your own. Shown is Puget Ridge Cohousing in Seattle. (Photo by Graham Meltzer) One of the best introductions to cohousing is visiting existing communities. The easiest way is through one of the cohousing bus tours that take place with some...
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