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Category Archives: Issue 159

Yes, Wealthy People Want to Live in Community in Sustainable Ways Too!

Yes, Wealthy People Want to Live in Community in Sustainable Ways Too!

The facilitator of a telephone support group offers 14 suggestions from current or aspiring communitarians with significant financial resources.More…

Community Archiving

Community Archiving

An archiving project helps define a pioneering experiment’s cultural impact.More…

The Veterans Writing Group and the Military Community

The Veterans Writing Group and the Military Community

A group of veterans discovers empowerment, connection, and healing by forming a writing group.More…

The Values of Shared Ownership

The Values of Shared Ownership

Shared ownership—including of real estate—has many practical benefits.More…

Sharing Community Wisdom

Sharing Community Wisdom

Sharing, living close to the earth, honoring the cycles of life, and developing leadership and communication skills are essential parts of a healthy community experience.More…

Expressing Gratitude in Community

Expressing Gratitude in Community

Communities and their members can change and drift apart, but the lessons and tools gained in community endure.More…

Seeking Community

Seeking Community

The Tamarack Institute helps people talk and learn together about the possibilities of community.More…

Being Human

Being Human

A veteran of Washington, DC’s Sojourners Community reflects on wisdom her group gleaned from Central Americans and from one another.More…

Wisdom from Within, Wisdom from Without

Wisdom from Within, Wisdom from Without

Life in and out of community offers valuable lessons about governance, membership, vision, struggles, and deepening connections.More…

We happily link to the following organizations, all of whom share our strong commitment to promoting community and a more cooperative world:
Cohousing The Federation of Egalitarian Communities - Communes Coop Community Cooperative Sustainable Intentional North American Students of Cooperation Global Ecovillage Network