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Conferences for Intentional Communities

The following are some Community Conferences and events which happen annually or every other year. These are events sponsored or co-sponsored by the FIC or that we will have representatives attending. They are organized by organizations whom share our strong commitment to promoting community and a more cooperative world.

Also check out the Events Calendar to find more opportunities to gather, network, build, and learn!

Regional Cohousing Conference, April 20 – 22, 2018

Canadian Cohousing Conference, April 28 – 29, 2018

The Farm Conference on Community and Sustainability, May 18 – 20, 2018

Twin Oaks Communities Conference, Aug 31 – Sept 2, 2018

Southwest Inter-Community Retreat, Aug 31 – Sept 3, 2018

West Coast Communities Conference, Sept 14 – 16, 2018

Massachusetts Regional Cohousing Conference, Sept, exact dates TBD
Details TBA

NASCO Institute, Nov 2 – 4, 2018

Fellowship For Intentional Community (FIC) Organizational Meetings

The FIC holds semi-annual organizational meetings at communities throughout North America.

Some of the past FIC Organizational Meeting places (Thanks to our wonderful hosts!):

Arcosanti, AZ – November 2017
The Farm, Summertown, TN — May 2017
La Cite Ecologique, Ham-Nord, Quebec — November 2016
Lost Valley Education Center, Eugene, Oregon — May 2016
Liberty Village Cohousing, Libertytown, Maryland — November 2015
Wild Sage Cohousing, Boulder, Colorado — May 2015
Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage, Rutledge, Missouri — October 2014
Delaware St Commons, Lawrence, Kansas — April 2014
Twin Oaks community, Louisa, Virginia — September 2013
Manzanita Village Cohousing Community, Prescott, Arizona — April 2013
Sunward Cohousing and Great Oak Cohousing, Ann Arbor, Michigan — October 2012
Arcadia Cohousing, Chapel Hill, North Carolina — April 2012
Frog Song Cohousing, Cotati, California — September 2011
Jesus People USA, Chicago, Illinois — May 2011
Mosaic Commons, Berlin, Massachusetts — November 2010
Daybreak Cohousing, Portland, Oregon — May 2010
Berea, Kentucky — October 2009
Camphill Village Kimberton Hills, Kimberton, Pennsylvania — May 2009
Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage, Rutledge, Missouri — October, 2008
Hummingbird Ranch Community, New Mexico — June, 2008
Student Co-ops, Austin, Texas — October, 2007
Shannon Farm, Afton, Virginia — March 2007
Songaia Cohousing, Bothel, Washington — September 2006
Madison Community Cooperative, Madison, Wisconsin — April 2006
Los Angeles Eco-Village, Los Angeles, California — November 2005
Ecovillage at Ithaca, Ithaca, New York — May 2005
Miccosukee Land Co-op, near Tallahassee, Florida — October 2004
Highline Crossing Cohousing, Littleton, Colorado — April 2004
The Vale community, Ohio — October 2003
The Farm community, Tennessee — May 2003
Goodenough Community, Washington State — November 2002
Waterloo, Ontario — From the Ground Up — May 2002
Sonora Cohousing, Tucson, Arizona — October 2001
Earthaven Ecovillage, near Asheville, North Carolina — June 2001
Sunward Cohousing, Ann Arbor, Michigan — November 2000
Lost Valley community, Oregon — June 2000
Sirius Community, Shutesbury, Massachusetts — November 1999
Cedar Rapids, Iowa — May 1999
Golden Rule community, California — November 1998
Twin Oaks community, Louisa, Virginia — May 1998
Sunrise Ranch community, Colorado — November 1997

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