Those living with disabilities have many options for finding community; here are suggestions on where and how to look.
Mobile home and RV parks present an unequaled opportunity to accelerate the transition to more widespread community living.
From Gift Circles in Brooklyn to the sharing economy at an ecovillage-based collective house, the author explores practical applications of Sacred Economics.
Three innovative non-residential groups use community as a tool to address climate change.
A replicable ecovillage model is our best hope for achieving essential, global-scale changes.
As a climate solutions advocate explains, carbon is not a bad thing; it’s often just in the wrong places right now.
“What can I do?” It’s the right question—almost.
The art of creating community spirit within mainstream towns and neighborhoods has much potential to change the world for the better.
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Activists and communitarians gather to ask: “How do we respond to our current global crisis?”
At the RareBirds Housing Co-operative, community life and outside activism deepen and strengthen each other.
How can we do right by the native peoples whose ancestral homelands now host our intentional communities?
Irish ecovillagers achieve the smallest ecological footprints recorded in their country.
This Australian community’s bridge is a lot more than just a bridge.
Communities worldwide are exploring how to heal our separation from each other and the natural world.
Some creative solutions are starting to counteract cohousing’s demographic homogeneity, but significant obstacles remain.
The sometimes triumphant, sometimes traumatic experiences of the three Common Fire communities yield wisdom relevant to anyone working to create a community.
The co-director of Maitreya Mountain Village suggests others not follow his example.
A cohouser offers resources and tips on how to find your community.
An active search for a new community allows one family to explore core questions.
Whether you’re starting a community or looking to join one, the new Communities Directory is an essential resource.
Those seeking an intentional community are often faced with a choice: find it, or found it? Whether looking to join an existing community or working to start a new one, aspiring communitarians can glean invaluable lessons from the experiences of other seekers and pioneers. Our Spring issue is full of success stories, cautionary tales, adventures, reflections, advice, and resources for anyone interested in Finding or Starting a Community.
Befriend the land where you are, and you will never be lonely.
Togetherness and solitude, action and reflection—our lives give us times for each.
Myriad groups and connections on “the outside” don’t call themselves intentional—but sometimes are.
Whether with refugees, in the inner city, or in intentional groups, community holds life-long lessons.
After years of advocacy, social justice work, and on-the-ground experience, a squatter passes the bar exam.