• Mike Brown

Watch: Cohousing.org Web Chats

Updated: Feb 27, 2021

If you're researching cohousing and intentional communities, a great resource is Cohousing.org.

Of special interest is the site's page of recorded web chats that cover lots of topics -- such as starting a community, managing conflicts, affordability, best practices -- with a particular focus recently on community and Coronavirus. The recordings feature voices from many different communities and is invaluable if you want to not reinvent the wheel or invent a better wheel.

The web chats are free to view but a donation is requested.

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