Intentional Community is an inclusive term for ecovillages, cohousing communities, residential land trusts, communes, student co-ops, urban housing cooperatives, intentional living, alternative communities, cooperative living, and other projects where people strive together with a common vision.
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Conflict Resolution and Consensus: A Weekend with Laird Schaub at The Farm in Summertown TN, October 25-27, 2013
Laird Schaub is one of the leading experts in group facilitation, whether it's helping groups deal with internal conflict and breakdowns in communication, or helping them achieve better agreement by effectively using the consensus decision-making process.
"It is my view that there is no more intensive way to learn and practice group skills than to live in intentional community, where a person is called upon to grow in the work every day (not just after work on Tuesdays and Thursdays, or for an afternoon every other Saturday).Visit here for more info!
Help FIC Go from Grunge to Green in 2013!
This year we are raising $90,000 to fund the construction of a cutting-edge green office for the FIC National Headquarters at Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage. For all of you inspired to help us reach our goal, we have an array of thank-you gifts available, depending on your contribution.
New Website in the Works!
We've heard it over and over again, "This website is such a great resource, I just wish it ________________." With over 80,000 visitors per month, it's time to improve the whole experience. We've outlined changes, researched options, completed testing, and began work on an updated version of the site. What's missing is the funding to get it finished and launched. See new features and Donate to ic.org to launch a brand new website!