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Canadian Cohousing Network
Promotes awareness of cohousing communities in Canada and abroad, provides an Internet presence for Canadian communities, and offers resource materials and programs
Fellowship for Intentional Community
Serves the growing communities movement by providing information and access to crucial resources for seekers of community, existing and forming communities, and other friends of community
Ecovillage Network of the Americas
Engages the peoples of the Americas in a common effort to join the global transformation toward an ecologically, economically and culturally sustainable future
The Cohousing Store
For books, tapes and other merchandise in our Marketplace
Cohousing-L online discussion
The best mailing list for online cohousing discussion – visit our email archives for postings on all sorts of cohousing topics.
Where it all began: Cohousing in Denmark
A brief history of the Danish cohousing movement
Tree Bressen’s group facilitation website
More than two dozen pages on various aspects of community and group process, including consensus decision-making, facilitation, conflict resolution, and more, plus resources and links to other sites
Note: The Cohousing Association of the United States (Coho/US) does not sell these books or videos directly. Instead, we provide you with links to organizational friends. The Fellowship for Intentional Community Bookshelf is the main online store that we are supporting (with no revenue share to Coho/US).
Kraus-Fitch Architects is nationally recognized as one of the most experienced architectural firms working with cohousing. In addition to full architectural services, Kraus-Fitch offers meeting facilitation and cohousing workshops focusing on programming and schematic site, common house and unit design. The office of Kraus-Fitch Architects is located at Pioneer Valley Cohousing, where both Mary Kraus and Laura Fitch have lived since 1994. Laura studied cohousing in Denmark in 1980, and both have visited and worked on cohousing throughout North America.
Cohousing & Sustainable Communities
Wonderland Hill Development Company helps provide tools for the journey to cohousing. We consult, partner, and develops mixed-use neighborhoods, urban infill developments, and small-scale neighborhoods, all with a community-based sustainable development focus. Wonderland Hill, has been a pioneer in the high quality Built Green® arena for the past 40 years, and is the largest developer of cohousing in the United States. The company has established a streamlined model for developing cohousing communities.
We offer a wide array of services:
Architects Kathryn McCamant and Charles Durrett, of The Cohousing Company, are award-winning California architects credited with bringing the cohousing concept to the U.S. They are the authors of CoHousing: A Contemporary Approach To Housing Ourselves, and founders of The Cohousing Company, a full-service architecture and development consulting firm.