From: The CoHousing Company (cohocohousingco.com)
Date: Mon, 8 Mar 1999 15:54:24 -0600
>Date: Mon, 8 Mar 1999 13:47:30 -0800
>From: The CoHousing Company <coho [at] cohousingco.com>
>Subject: Fwd: inquiry
>>Delivered-To: coho [at] mercury.dnai.com
>>Precedence: first-class
>>Date: Mon, 8 Mar 1999 12:21:32 -0500 (EST)
>>From: Isabelle Hong Minn <minni [at] umich.edu>
>>X-Sender: minni [at] gorf.rs.itd.umich.edu
>>To: coho [at] cohousingco.com
>>Subject: inquiry
>>MIME-Version: 1.0
>>Status:  U
>>I am a graduate student in Landscape Architecture at the University of
>>Michigan and have developed a strong interest in cohousing. Specifically,
>>I (and a fellow classmate) are  conducting some research on the role
>>and use of site design and landscaping in cohousing projects.  It seems
>>there is great potential for cohousing communities to incorporate
>>ecological function and restoration; we are wondering if any resources
>>exist that discuss this topic.  Have any communities, in the US or
>>elsewhere, given this particular attention?
>>Any information would be greatly appreciated.
>>Thank you.
>>Isabelle Minn
>>Isabelle Minn, Graduate Student
>>School of Natural Resources and Environment
>>The University of Michigan
>>Dana Building, 430 E. University
>>Ann Arbor, MI  48109-1115
>>minni [at] umich.edu

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"Architectural Design and Consulting Services towards the formation of
CoHousing Communities"
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