Cohousing Network, The (TCN) - An organization whose purpose is to promote and encourage the
cohousing concept, support both individuals and groups in creating communities, provide assistance to completed groups for improving their systems
for living together in community, and provide networking opportunities for those involved or interested in cohousing.
La Joya del Sol (Jewel of the Sun) - A nature-inspired, intentional community nestled
in 67 hectares in Costa Rica's south Pacific coastal mountains. Its lush tropical rainforests, clean waterfalls and pools, and breathtaking mountain
scenery an hour from beautiful beaches, is designed to attract conscientious people looking to live fully and reconnect to divine nature.
Global Trust - A grassroots non-profit organization that links together ecovillages and related
projects around the world. GEN promotes and supports models of sustainable living globally, in order to inspire and encourage the creation
of more viable lifestyles on this Earth.
Intentional Communities - Information and resources for seekers of community, existing and forming
communities, and other friends of community. Also see Directory and Magazine.
School of Living - An educational organization dedicated to learning and teaching the
philosophy, practices and principles of living that are self-empowering for individuals within the general aim of establishing decentralized, ecologically-sound,
self-governed and humane communities.
Society for Utopian Studies - An international, interdisciplinary association devoted
to the study of utopianism in all its forms, with a particular emphasis on literary and experimental utopias.
Solar Community Housing Association - A Davis, California-based 501(c)(3) non-profit that has been providing environmentally conscious and affordable cooperative housing since 1979.
Sustainable Communities Network - Find out what's happening in Chattanooga, Tennessee,
and Seattle, Washington; what the Green Institute is doing in the Phillips Neighborhood in Minneapolis, Minnesota; and
how the Mountain Association For Community Economic Development and Rural Action are helping rural areas of Appalachia. Learn about
principles of sustainability and visioning processes and how they can help guide community initiatives . Discover how community indicators in Olympia,
Washington or Jacksonville, Florida are helping residents define and inventory what they value.
Tiny House Community - This site was created to support the formation of a tiny house community.
Additionally, it provides links to workshops for those interested in designing or building a tiny house, followed by a list of designers and builders
of tiny houses.
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