|Lacto-vegetarian communal cohousing||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Your friend at: (cjf01gnofn.org)|
|Date: Fri, 20 Dec 1996 15:33:36 -0600|
Hi! I would like to introduce myself. I was born 12/17/57 in New Orleans, Louisiana and still live near New Orleans. I am developing a community service organization. You can check our website at (http://www.gnofn.org/~oxoasis). Thank you for your patience and if I can be of any assistance, please let me know. It has been a while since I had posted. Regarding Pam's request we are hoping to establish "cohousing" for lacto-vegetarians first in our zone, but also on an international level. We will be working with individuals as well as groups to do this. Our idea is to facilitate volunteers in the city, suburbs, rural areas, and wilderness. In the city there may be more the inclination to renovate an apartment complex or some such thing. We are currently checking for local farm land within commuting distance from the city. You are welcome to join us here and we will gladly do what we can to help you get established in whatever zone you prefer. Sincerely, Christopher J. Flores ___________________________________________ "All purposes served by a small well can at once be served by a great reservoir of water. Similarly, all the purposes of the Vedas can be served to one who knows the purpose behind them." (Bhagavad-gita as it is 2.45) _____________________________ On Fri, 20 Dec 1996 cohousing-l [at] freedom.mtn.org wrote: > > Date: Thu, 19 Dec 1996 15:46:10 -0600 > From: Pam <ncdf [at] bitstream.net> > To: cohousing-l [at] freedom.mtn.org > Subject: vegan cohousing > Message-ID: <32B9B7A1.60F2 [at] bitstream.net> > > I am interesting in starting / finding a vegan cohousing community in or > near the twin cities, Minnesota, USA. > > I know this is a little specific for the list, but I am currently > looking for private email from anyone else in the area who has similar > interests or knows someone who does (I certainly would rather diversify > beyond computer geeks, no offense intended). > > I am also interested in folks perspectives on having that kind of > lifestyle restriction in a cohousing unit. It is pretty important to > me, yet I don't like the idea of having a big old RULE, especially about > something that is kind of outside the mainstream. > but does anyone have experience with that kind of restriction in a > cohousing setting (no meat, or no alcohol maybe). I wonder about things > like policing, and extending rules to visitors, or people who change > their minds once they have lived there. > > > Thanks > Pam
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