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Panel — Finding Community: Seekers Turned Residents Share Their Stories

March 16 @ 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM EDT ,  Free – $25

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Panel — Finding Community: Seekers Turned Residents Share Their Stories


Tuesday, March 16th from 46pm Eastern. See your local time.


Are you on the journey of searching for an intentional community to call home?

The best way to learn about the process is by hearing from those who have done it! That’s why we’ve brought together a collection of community seekers turned residents to tell their stories of finding community. Walk away with inspiration, companionship and good advice for your own community search. The event will include lots of time for Q&A so come with your questions!


Presenting Communitarians


Hayley Oaks, Presenter

Hayley Oaks, Riot Bayit Community

Hayley is a graphic designer, artist and racial justice activist exploring intentional communities since 2019. As a founding member of Twin Oaks R.E.A.L. Team and the BIPOC Fund, they are dedicated to advocating for increased equity and diversity in the intentional communities movement. They currently live at an income sharing Jewish co-op in Boston, MA.


John Demeree, Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage

John ‘Parmejean’ grew up on a conventional farm in Illinois, one of seven children. He farmed the family place organically with his wife and three sons, in the late 90’s. John has a Masters in Biology and worked as an Environmental Specialist for the State of Texas. He joined Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage in 2018.



Dave Booda, Panelist

Dave Booda, The Emerald Village

Dave is a writer, musician and social entrepreneur. He grew up in Boston, and after attending the U.S. Naval Academy and spending five years as a Navy Officer he progressively became weirder and more adventurous, doing everything from living in a Tantra community in Bali to cycling across Europe. In 2018 he moved to The Emerald Village in Vista, California where he enjoys chopping wood and giving back massages.



Alyson Ewald

Alyson Ewald, Red Earth Farms

Alyson Ewald works with individuals and groups to design systems and practices that facilitate learning, connection, creative conflict engagement, and collaborative decision making. In 2005 she co-founded Red Earth Farms, a community in northeast Missouri, U.S., where she continues to practice permaculture and social transformation.




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Tuesday, March 16th from 46pm Eastern. See your local time.

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March 16
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM EDT
Free – $25

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