Cohousing Resource Guide
From: Rob Sandelin (robsanmicrosoft.com)
Date: Tue, 1 Aug 95 11:22:22 PDT
The 1995 Cohousing Resource Guide is now available regionally

The Cohousing Resource Guide is a volunteer, non-profit project that 
collects resources and information relevant to cohousing and community 
building and organizes it into a written, easy-to-use format. The 
Cohousing Resource Guide is a collection of advice, experiences and 
resources from existing cohousing groups focusing on practical, how to 
information. The goal of this project is to create a circle of sharing, 
where existing groups share what they have learned, forming groups use 
this information to create successful projects, then share what they 
learned with those who come after them, creating a growing volume of 
information that makes it  easier to develop cohousing.

The Cohousing Resource Guide contains information and advice regarding 
setting goals and values, making decisions as a group, process for 
effective meetings, dealing with conflicts, legal forms and issues, 
recruiting people, finding a site, site planning, commonhouse design 
learnings, working with banks, living together learnings, and books, 
magazines and other resources for more information.

The 1995 Cohousing Resource Guide costs $10 and is regionally available from:

West Coast:  Rob Sandelin  22020 East Lost Lake Rd.  Snohomish, WA  98290
Rocky Mountain and MidWest:   Rocky Mountain Cohousing Association 
(RMCA) 1705 14th St. #160  Boulder, CO 80302.
East Coast and South:  The Cohousing Center  103 Morse St. Watertown, MA 02172
Canada:   The Collaborative Housing Society  105 Stephen Dr.  Toronto, 
Ontario  M8Y 3M8.

Make checks payable to the organization you order from.

The Cohousing Resource Guide is also available online on the Cohousing 
World Wide Web site at  http://seclab.cs.ucdavis.edu/~stanifor/cohousing.html


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