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Best of Communities Collections Downloadable Products!

Posted on August 19, 2014 by

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Communities Magazine
Fifteen New Downloadable PDF Collections
Plus Digital Subscriptions
Plus one more article from the current
Communities issue published on our blog

The Best of Communities
15 Downloadable PDFs
Available separately or as a specially-priced bundle.

The Foundation for Intentional Community is pleased to offer you the cream of our crop—the very best articles that have appeared over the last 20 years in our flagship publications: Communities magazine and Communities Directory.

In the Best of Communities we’ve distilled what we consider the most insightful and helpful articles on the topics that you—our readers—have told us you care about most, and have organized them into 15 scintillating collections:

Intentional Community Overview, and Starting a Community
Seeking and Visiting a Community
Leadership, Power, and Membership
Good Meetings
Agreements, Conflict, and Communication
Relationships, Intimacy, Health, and Well-Being
Children in Community
Community for Elders
Sustainable Food, Energy, and Transportation
Green Building, Ecovillage Design, and Land Preservation
Cooperative Economics and Creating Community Where You Are
Challenges and Lessons of Community
The Peripatetic Communitarian: The Best of Geoph Kozeny

Each collection is comprised of about 15–20 articles, containing a total of 55–65 pages. All are available as downloadable PDFs.

Please support the magazine and enhance your own library by taking advantage of these new offerings!

Best of Communities issues are available as digital downloads for $10 each, or you can receive all 15 for only $100!

ALSO, NOW AVAILABLE: Digital Subscriptions! Every subscription to the print edition of Communities is now accompanied by a digital subscription at no extra charge. And digital–only subscriptions to Communities magazine are now available internationally at the regular US subscription price. We are excited to be making Communities more accessible in this way, and look forward to welcoming more international readers!

Finally, here’s a highly-recommended last article from our current summer issue of Communities magazine, featured online:

The following article from our current issue has been posted at our blog

The Dirty Business of Growing a Cohousing Community Farm The Dirty Business of Growing a Cohousing Community Farm 
by Sandy Thomson
A farm is not a clod of dirt; it is more like mud that slips through your hands, gets on your boots, and is tracked all through the community.

Read this article online

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