Tres Hermanos

Last updated: December 8, 2014 (11 months ago)

Listing created on: April 8, 2013

Tres Hermanos

(Zaragoza, Coahuila, Mexico)

  • Status: Established
  • Started Planning: 2013
  • Start Living Together: 2013
  • Visitors accepted: Yes
  • Open to new Members: Yes
  • Website address:
  • Contact Name: Michael Hari
  • Phone: 8302130958
  • Address:
    Mail: 229 Adams Street PMB #118 Eagle Pass TX 78853
    Physical:Km 7 Callejon a Patinos Zaragoza Coahuila
    Zaragoza, Coahuila,
  • Visitor Process

    Visitors accepted: Yes
    Call and leave a message. Please leave a call back number as we don’t have Caller ID. Send mail to the Texas address, because the Mexican mail is slow and unreliable.

  • Membership Process

    Open to new Members: Yes

Mission Statement:

Christian Community Anabaptist

Community Description:

This is a common purse horse and buggy Christian community based on the vision in the Fountain Creek essay.
It is located on a 340 acre farm about 30 miles over the Mexico/Texas boundary, in Coahuila Mexico near Zaragoza. Please don’t leave phone messages without forgetting to add the return number. We don’t get caller ID on voice mail messages.

You can read more about the beliefs and vision of this community at:
or in detail at:


  • Adult Members: 20
  • Child Members: 5
  • Percent Women: 21-30%
  • Percent Men: 61-70%
  • Percent Transgender: 0%
  • Visitors accepted: Yes
  • Open to new Members: Yes
  • Additional Comments: Anabaptist

Social Factors

  • Common Spiritual Practice(s): Other
  • Education Style(s): Private Schooling at the Community
  • Healthcare Style(s): Full Community Plan


  • Type: Commune (organized around sharing almost everything.), Spiritual or Religious Community or Organization
  • Decision Making: By an individual community leader
  • Identified Leader: Yes
  • Leadership Core Group: Yes

Land and Buildings

  • Area: 340 acres
  • Land owned by: A subgroup of community members
  • Current Number of Residences: 4
  • Current renewable energy generation: Almost All~ up to 90%
  • Planned renewable energy generation: Almost All~ up to 90%
  • Energy sources: Solar, Wind, Other

Labor and Money

  • Shared Income: 100%
  • Dues, Fees, or Shared Expenses: Yes
  • Open to members with existing debt: Yes


  • Required Labor Contribution: 0



  • Shared meals: Approximately all meals
  • Current food produced: From 50-75%


  • Dietary Choice or Restrictions: Very important – we all share a common diet.
  • Dietary Practice: Omnivorous (plants and animals)


  • Alcohol Use: Yes, used occasionally.


  • Tobacco Use: Yes, used seldomly, or ceremoniously.


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Fair Housing Laws

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Tres Hermanos, 3 Hermanos, Fountain Creek, horse, buggy, farming, Anabaptist, German Baptist

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
Special thanks to the sponsors of our Art of Community Events.
Bryan Bowan Architects California Cohousing International Communes Desk ICSA NICA Wolf Creek Lodge