Re: Possible Cohousing/Permaculture based farm project near Ann Arbor, MI
From: Jerry McIntire (
Date: Tue, 6 Jan 2015 17:20:13 -0800 (PST)
Hi Vasi,

That's an exciting prospect. I am a Michigander who is working on a similar
project in Wisconsin.

It sounds like you or a group of you have decided on a site plan for
houses. Some people may like that. Many cohousers though want to be part of
the planning and decision-making. That basic participation is one of the
six key characteristics of a cohousing community.

Do you already have land? How many acres?

All the best wishes for your success!

On Jan 5, 2015 6:26 AM, "Vasi Toneva via Cohousing-L" <
cohousing-l [at]> wrote:

> Hi Cohousing Lovers,
>        We are brainstorming the possibility of a small Cohousing community
> linked with a permaculture based farm.  Please forward this info to anyone
> who may be interested...
> Are you interested in growing your own food and stewarding the earth so
> that it can be healthy and bountiful for our generation and generations to
> come?  Do you dream of living in the country but also yearn for a strong
> community?  Are you ready to commit to such a dream?   We are looking to
> create a Small Cohousing community (8-10 families) / farmette on a piece of
> land 30 minutes from Ann Arbor, close to the village of Dexter.  Each home
> would be on a 2-3 acre piece of land and we would create common paths and
> places for kids to play, as well as a common house.  It would take
> significant resources and commitment from everyone involved to make this
> dream a reality.  If you are interested, email hollowreed3 [at] or
> call us at 720-442-1368.  We will be having a brainstorming meeting  on
> Saturday, January 31 from 2:30-4:30 pm.  Please email or call the above
> number to RSVP.  Hope to hear from you!
> Take care,
> Vasi
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