Online Advocacy for Cohousing?
From: Craig Ragland (
Date: Thu, 4 Dec 2008 11:01:38 -0800 (PST)
Katie McCamant, co-author of the Cohousing book, suggests that Coho/US
might encourage more online commenting when relevant articles appear
in the press.

Part of what stimulated this idea is a new article in Ode Magazine,
that Katie references (link below). It deals with family living
situations broadly, with two paragraphs on cohousing - near the end.
At this posting, it has two comments - both about family living
situations unrelated to cohousing.

For quite some time, we've posted more noteworthy articles we discover
(through various alerts, etc.) on the Cohousing Website, but have not
played a role promoting any particular actions, we've just making them

What do you think about this? Coho-L users have provided links to
articles for years. Does it make sense to start highlighting ones that
allow public commenting? Or making suggestions about ways to encourage
more cohousing?


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Kathryn McCamant
Date: Thu, Dec 4, 2008 at 8:58 AM
Subject: FW: Google Alert - cohousing
To: Craig Ragland

Dear Craig,

There is a good article on the Ode website, posted this week. See
below. Seems that one way to take advantage of such web postings would
be to encourage cohousers, especially those living in cohousing to
comment on articles like this to keep cohousing higher in discussion
regarding solutions. I'm wondering if there is a role that CohoUS
might play in encouraging this?


Craig Ragland
Executive Director
Cohousing Association of the United States (Coho/US)
craig [at]

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