What is Cohousing and Why is it so relevant now – By Katie McCamant, President of Cohousing Solutions
Architect and President of Cohousing Solutions, Katie introduced cohousing to the US and has spearheaded many projects. She will be speaking on the topic of “What is cohousing and Why is this so relevant today – now more than ever.” Please register here for your FREE Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwpdO6vpzkjHtL2k3oiNhrU91oBBed18gnL
Come learn about cohousing: why we love it, what it is, and how it works. This event covers all the basics. It’s perfect for new folks wanting to understand what exactly cohousing is and anyone who would like to know more or get some more ideas for explaining it to others. Join us online for… Read More
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National Cohousing Day! We have an online Zoom Outreach session in the morning, April 24, 10:00 – 11:30 am, and an In-Person session from 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm with masks and social distancing. The Zoom call is a great way to meet some neighbors and other explorers, and to get an overview of the… Read More
Who: Anyone interested in cohousing When: Sunday, April 18, 3-4 p.m. Mountain Time What: Join us for this online event to learn more about Alpenglow CoHousing. We’ll share the details of the community including what makes Alpenglow CoHousing special, pricing, available homes, how to reserve a home, and more How: Complete the reservation form. We will send you the… Read More
Alpenglow CoHousing is a ‘community within a community’ located in Ridgway, CO.
Introducing Atlantic Canada’s 1st cohousing community and greenest neighbourhood, perfect for families seeking sustainable living. Located in Bridgewater, Nova Scotia, Treehouse Village Ecohousing offers private homes with passive house design, nestled in a forest, in a walkable neighbourhood.
Returning to our Roots is an innovative answer to today’s environmental and social problems, providing sustainable benefits to meet the rising demands of an evolving market, including: reduced living expenses through shared resources, richer and more diverse social interactions within an intentional setting, greater security for adults, growing families and children, more leisure time, less… Read More
As much as we love our cohousing neighbors, it isn’t always easy to get along with them, make decisions together, and work through conflict productively. This event is about exactly that, connecting with our community through communication, conflict, consensus and more. We all have growth potential when it comes to our most precious community resource:… Read More
The Cohousing Association of the United States is a national nonprofit supporting cohousing communities in changing our world.
The Cohousing Association of the United States is a national nonprofit supporting cohousing communities in changing our world. Spreading the word about cohousing shifts the culture toward a new American dream where every home is surrounded by caring, collaborative neighbors who use less of the earth’s resources while living an abundant life.Mission: CohoUS advances cohousing… Read More
Are you curious about living in cohousing? Are you curious about us? Join us for a virtual open house and hear our stories! One of the best things about Durham Coho is our location, adjacent to Durham Central Park in downtown Durham, No Carolina. We are proud of our award winning building, our spectacular condos… Read More
I challenge each and every one of us to tell someone about our lives in cohousing. It has
become increasingly apparent to many people just how important it is to have a sense of
community. Those that experience that type of connection and collaboration often feel an
increased happiness and overall less loneliness. There are many types of groupings with
shared interests or commonalities, but choosing to live ‘with’ each other in cohousing is a
relatively small percentage of the population. But don’t you think, that if more people knew
about cohousing, that more people would choose it?
Telling the world about cohousing could happen in a variety of opportunities
post about a community experience on your social media
explain it when you introduce yourself to a new group
write an editorial/article for your local newspaper
describe it when you’re chatting with someone at the playground or dog park
Tell all your friends, your family, your acquaintances! Shout from the rooftops!
Let’s all tell the world about Cohousing!
APRIL 24, 2021 1-2 PM CLICK HERE TO RSVP and join us ONLINE from 1-2 pm for a virtual open house to learn more about our new Cohousing Community in Durham, North Carolina. (Note: closer to the event on April 24, we will email you the Zoom access information.) APRIL 24, 2021 (same day)… Read More
Join us and learn about Alpenglow CoHousing and about Ridgway, Colorado! Who: Anyone interested in Alpenglow CoHousing and in cohousing more generally When: Sunday, March 21st , 3-4 PM Mountain Time What: Visit with Alpenglow members, get updates on our progress, ask questions, or just listen in. RSVP: Please RSVP HERE to receive the Zoom… Read More
Come get the latest update about our project, meet our members and ask your cohousing questions. Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwufu-qrz4rH9A7que51SPi2ifOFTMakixY
Come join us and learn about our developing community. Homes are currently being reserved and construction is planned for the Spring. Now is the time to check us out! Write us at email@example.com and we will send you the Zoom URL. Or, you can call us at 970-318-6428.