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Intentional Communities Directory - ecovillages communes cohousing

Intentional Communities Directory - ecovillages communes cohousing
The Intentional Communities Directory is part of the Intentional Communities website, a project of the Fellowship for Intentional Community (FIC). Intentional Communities can update their listings online so you get the most up to date information possible. You can add your community now. If you are looking for an intentional community, ecovillage, cohousing, commune, co-op, or other cooperative living arrangement, browse through our community lists – geographic, or by type of community (ecovillages, communes, cohousing, co-ops, or christian), look at our maps, or search our database. You can filter your search on many key characteristics of each community such as location, size, etc. You can also find communities looking for people, community homes and land for sale, and more, in the Community Classifieds. To obtain more information about any listed community, contact that community directly using the contact information they have provided.

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Directory of Members Bitternut CollectiveActive Member - Housing Co-op 717 Otisco Street Syracuse, NY 13204 www.facebook.com/BitternutCollectiveDivine CooperativeActive Member - Housing Co-op 70 Lefferts Place Brooklyn, NY 11238Endeavor CollectiveActive Member - Housing Co-op 291 Clinton St. Binghamton, NY 13905Genesse Valley CooperativeActive Member - Housing Co-op (developing) Geneseo, NY geneseocoop@gmail.comNickel City Housing Co-opStewart Little Co-opActive Member - Housing Co-op 211 Stewart Avenue Ithaca, NY 14850 607-273-1983 info@stewartlittle.org

Ananda's Karma Yoga Ashram Program: Spiritualize Your Daily Life. Service is Joy Karma Yoga is working with the thought that it is God within us, serving God within all. Learn to spiritualize your daily life in an ashram environment, with a community of like-minded individuals practicing meditation and living a spiritual life. Our karma yoga ashram program is held at Ananda’s spiritual retreat, The Expanding Light, nestled among 700 acres of the Sierra Nevada Foothills of northern California. Transform your consciousness and awaken your infinite potential. Our program includes a balance of selfless service or karma yoga, fun, and lessons in meditation and Raja Yoga, based on the spiritual teachings of Paramhansa Yogananda. Yogananda is well-known and loved worldwide, for his best-selling spiritual classic, Autobiography of a Yogi.

Dancing Rabbit: Newsletter: Spring 2008 Note: This page is from our archives and is no longer being maintained. It may not be up to date or accurate. Please use the menus above to find more current information about Dancing Rabbit. For current material from our online Newsletter, The March Hare, and our weekly updates see

Press Release Public Meeting June 22nd Following on from a successful public meeting in the Westside, the development of the first ecological community in the west of Ireland will be discussed at a public meeting hosted by the Galway Sustainable Community Project in the Galway City Museum this Tuesday from 7-9pm. These public meetings are designed to encourage interactive discussion and invite new people to get involved in the project. The Galway Sustainable Community Project is a group of people based in Galway City whose vision is to create a small, purpose-built settlement in the west of Ireland where residents will produce some of their own food and energy and form a strong, close-knit community.

Why You Should Give (Part Of) Your Company To Your Employees Todd Defren and Jim Joyal had built a company together. Shift Communications had grown from a small PR startup to a company of 110 employees, with offices in Boston, New York, and San Francisco. They’d won a suite of awards, were doing strong revenue, and were beginning to receive overtures from larger companies about a possible acquisition. The only problem was that Defren and Joyal had “asymmetrical motivations,” as Defren puts it. Joyal was over a decade older and ready to start thinking about estate planning. Defren felt he had years of work ahead of him. Ananda Village From his youth, Ananda’s founder, Swami Kriyananda (J. Donald Walters) had dreamed of creating small communities based on cooperation and high ideals. When he became Yogananda’s disciple in 1948, he discovered that Yogananda, too, was committed to the concept of “World Brotherhood Colonies.”

Building with Reclaimed Lumber and Recycled Materials – Green Building Elements Materials Published on March 8th, 2009 | by ziggy One of the most sustainable ways to acquire materials for building a house is to collect parts from soon-to-be demolished homes. Explore, Thrive, Create Explore, Thrive, Create is a new community that is in the beginning phases of formation. Our primary aim is to live a completely sustainable lifestyle by which we live off of the earth’s natural resources as much as possible and strive to explore new areas of the world through worldwide travel. We know that traveling abroad and exploring new cultures is not only adventurous, but it also opens the mind in regards to tolerance and diversity.

The potential of the co-operative business model We’d like to thank Kate Whittle from Cooperantics for this guest post responding to my TEDx talk (The unstoppable rise of the collaborative economy) and exploring further one of the key facets, which is the potential of the co-operative business model. Here’s the talk just in case you haven’t seen it. Shane Hughes TEDx Lausanne Very interesting TEDx talk by Shane Hughes, inspiring and thought-provoking. I’d like to add some thoughts on the potential of the co-operative business model as part of this collaborative economy. 10 Utopian Intentional Communities with Distinct Values From tree house villages in Costa Rica to yoga communes in Hawaii, these 10 intentional communities are havens of peace, creativity and sustainability. Imagine waking up to the sound of bells from a temple to share in a morning yoga ritual overlooking the mountains of Peru, or the glittering Pacific Ocean in Hawaii. Picking fresh vegetables from your neighborhood garden to cook in a community-wide meal in a spacious, shared kitchen. Building your own non-toxic, mortgage-free cob house in a low-impact neighborhood of like-minded nature lovers. Stepping out of your very own treehouse to gaze at a network of aerial walkways that look like something out of a sci-fi movie.

Deconstruction vs Demolition: Reclaiming Building Materials By Bill Slawski, on October 8th, 2008 Houses are built to last, at least most are, for a few years. But what happens when someone decides that a home should be replaced, and the property it’s upon should be used for another building? Usually, homes in that situation are demolished, and pieces of the building finds their way to a landfill. Much of that material is reusable, at least until it is torn apart by a bulldozer.

one thing ernie and I were looking into doing. by marynichols1 Jul 30

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