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Making life more enjoyable for all of us, on a smaller footprint 

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Privacy & CommunitY

Cohousing is a form of community in which residents have their own private homes while sharing in many aspects of life.

Cohousing communities typically feature a Large Common House, Community Meals, Shared Equipment, Community Gardens, and Purposeful Connection + Interaction.

"Privacy within your home, and community at your doorstep."

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Relationships & connection

Living with close-knit community reduces social isolation and loneliness, and affirms a sense of belonging and a sense of a place. 

Imagine coming home to a community where everyone knows each other, kids play in the grass and in the woods, elders stop to chat on porches. Neighbors work together to solve problems, eat and cook together, and care for each other. Welcome to co-housing!

"Alone, we can do so little; together, we can do so much”

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Saving Money

We save resources when we have a culture of sharing! Living in an intentionally designed community we are creating a highly efficient use of labor, time resources and energy use. 

“The fundamental law of human beings is interdependence. A person is a person through other persons.”

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Shared values & greater impact

Together, we can actualize many of our shared values through the support of one another.  

Cultivating a culture that reflects our values is enhanced when upheld by a greater community and we can do so much more for the earth, each other, and future generations. 

 “The future is not some place we are going to, but one we are creating. The paths to it are not found, but made; and the activity of making them changes both the maker and the destination.”

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