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Presented by Mary Kraus Session Description Cohousing Communities can be designed and built - and lived in - to produce more energy than they consume. This presentation will focus primarily on Village Hill Cohousing, a 32-unit community planned for Northampton, MA. The homes and common house...
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Presented by Angela Sanguinetti and other researchers Session Description Cohousing researchers from different academic fields will present research on cohousing as resilient and sustainable community. The presentations will include: (1) an introduction to the concepts of resilience and...
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Presented by Laird Schaub...
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This half day pre-conference intensive (Friday, May 19, from 12:30 pm - 4:00 pm) requires an additional fee of $75. You may register for this intensive separately without registering for the full conference. If you have already registered for the conference, you can register again for any intensive...
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Facilitated by Crystal Farmer Facilitated Discussion Description In order for the cohousing movement to continue growing, established and forming communities must reach out to people of diverse backgrounds. In fact, diversity can enrich and sustain your community's life long after residents...
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Presented by Ann Zabaldo Session Description Resales going so fast you can't keep track of who's on first? Resales of homes without community input into who is buying into the community? Sellers making record profits but not a penny comes to the community? Resentment building? Or, uh-oh...
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"We evolved to live in community, and that seems to be the scale where we can best navigate the complexities of life-experiences of people not like us, the fragility and resilience of the web of life that surrounds us. When we live connected to a community, we are more likely to become champions...
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This Wired Magazine article recently published, Want to Survive Climate Change? You’ll Need a Good Community (authored by Eric Klineberg), underscores what we already know: that good neighbors and a resilient community can make all the difference in maintaining us through crisis. Remember the...
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[Editor's Comment: Please join Laird for this amazing opportunity offered at the Aging Better Together Conference!] Back in early January Alice Alexander and I worked out an agreement for me to conduct a pre-conference half-day workshop entitled Community Conversations about Aging: What You Need...
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Presented by Linda Reed...
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