Starting Your Community Bundle

Original price was: $69.00.Current price is: $52.00.

  Buy in bundles & save! This deal includes our four most popular books for starting an intentional community successfully! These resources were written by community founders and experts who learned the hard way what works and what doesn’t. Unfortunately, at this time, we can only provide Wisdom of Communities – Volume 1 in digital PDF format. We apologize for the inconvenience.


Starting Your Community Bundle

If you’re serious about starting a community, set yourself up for success by learning from those who came before you with our four top-selling resources on the topic. The lessons offered in these resources could save you years of fumbling in the dark or simply falling apart.

Founding a community makes you a pioneer, but that doesn’t mean you have to do it alone. We’re offering this bundle at 25% off the regular retail price because we believe in these resources and want to see your community off the ground and moving. Purchase it today!

Building Belonging: Your Guide to Starting a Residential Intentional Community

By Yana Ludwig 

NEW! Building Belonging: Your Guide to Starting a Residential Intentional Community is both a practical guide for how to start a residential  intentional community and a collective framework for addressing the racial, social, ecological and economic disparities affecting all aspects of the living experience for humans, land, and its co-inhabitants.



Wisdom of Communities – Volume 1: Starting a Community

As part of a 4-volume series published by FIC, authors from Communities magazine share their experience and wisdom on how to successfully start a community and grow it beyond the initial forming stage. You’ll read on-the-ground stories as well as practical tools and advise. A digital copy will be sent to your email.




Best of Communities – Volume 1: Intentional Community Overview and Starting a Community

Having as many resources as possible is one way to ensure success. More from the archives of Communities magazine, you’ll receive 15 articles that cover first-hand stories from forming communities, as well as sage advice about legal structures, the importance of community spirit, how to assess prospective property, and the importance of making process agreements before you need to apply them.



Communities magazine issue #170 – Finding or Starting a CommunityFinding or Starting a Community

A common question at the beginning: Find it or Start 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 elders. This Spring 2016 Communities issue is full of success stories, cautionary tales, adventures, reflections, and advice. Not available in print. A digital copy will be sent to your email.



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