Posted on December 21st, 2022 at 5:11 pm (ET)
For over 20 years my family lived in Vermont enjoying our walks in the woods but with little contact with our neighbors. After our three kids grew up and moved away, Meg and I started thinking about finding a smaller home. As we explored, we saw a large historic house for sale in a community… Read More
Posted on November 28th, 2022 at 11:47 pm (ET)
I launched my career in cohousing five years ago at my first national cohousing conference. The folks in Nashville welcomed me with open arms – both the locals in Germantown and the gathered community of cohousing believers. As a newbie consultant, I was particularly interested in learning from the experienced process folks. They generously shared… Read More
Our partner the Cohousing Research Network (CRN) invites you to take the Cohousing Research Network online survey. Your participation will further the understanding of the effects of cohousing on the lives of residents, its wider social impacts, and challenges faced by developing communities. This is the first phase of a five-year annual survey. The results should help the movement to make the case for cohousing with typically recalcitrant financial and political institutions. We need as much participation as possible!
The survey is for both residents of established communities and for members of building/forming groups, including groups that are inactive
Contact Heidi Berggren with questions.