Tag: Coho-us


2020 Annual Report

2020 was a challenging, unexpected, and successful year for the Cohousing Association of the US.  It didn’t go exactly the way we planned, but we made the most of what we had and found we were actually quite prepared for the online connection that was required.   For more about 2020 in the life of the... Read

Annual Meeting 2019

It was great to see many of you at our Annual meeting on December 2, 2019. It’s lovely to come together one night a year and share with all cohousers what our association is doing to bring more and better cohousing to the US. We’d like to say a big thank our Association Supporters. Their... Read More

Another Failure . . . UNLESS

A conference reflection: Another failure, unless, of course…  You really ENJOYED having to make choices – choices I tell you! – among 5 bus tours, 24 +/- Pre-Conf. intensives and workshops, 60+ waaay too awesome conference workshops, three plenary speakers plus one closing panel made up of 6 well versed, knowledgeable speakers/resource people.  What were... Read More

WebChat Preview of National Cohousing Open House Day:Thursday evening

National Cohousing Open House Day is just a few days away. Get a taste of it by joining me in a WebChat this Thursday evening, where we will share some of the most exciting examples of communities hosting, tips on effective hosting, how to visit well, and so much more. If you missed the WebChat,... Read More

cohousing.org Website Progress

You may have heard that a new cohousing.org website is on its way. The website is a central part of the services The Cohousing Association of the US offers. As a clearinghouse of information and connecter of people and communities, our website is one of our most effective tools for doing what we do. The...

Why support a cohousing association?

When I think about non-profit organizations, I mostly think of helping those who cannot help themselves – those suffering in some way from poverty or illness or both. So why would I support The Cohousing Association? Isn’t cohousing about the place you live? Aren’t most of the people who live there middle class or above?... Read More