Re: cohousing in semi-rural Minnesota near cities
From: joey5541research (
Date: Mon, 15 Apr 2013 11:03:06 -0700 (PDT)
Amy, this sounds like an interesting venture.
Monterey Cohousing (in St. Louis Park MN) has a monthly newsletter we send out 
to people who have attended our quarterly informational sessions on Cohousing, 
and others who have subscribed. We've offered to list other communities that 
are seeking members. Send your request to mholt952[@]gmail[.]com and he will 
post it in the newsletter.
Also - we have an open house coming up this Thursday, April 18th - you might be 
interested in coming. See our web site,
Joelyn Malone

--- In cohousing-L [at], Amy taylor <pookatwo@...> wrote:
> Hello to everyone,
> My partner and I are care-taking a 50 acre wooded property with a large house 
> already built on it that I am looking to start a community on. We are just 
> beginning to take stock of our options for the future and it looks like a 
> cohousing situation would be a good fit, as well as an exciting adventure! We 
> are located so close to the city that it would be possible for members to 
> commute daily, perhaps carpool? In addition, a there is a mid-sized, 
> progressive college town nearby with interesting arts and music happenings 
> year-round. We seem to have a theme of arts and music here, as well as 
> gardening and hospitality, and a creative, experimental attitude. I'm finding 
> the listserve posts here interesting and mostly encouraging!
> Right now we are starting very small, and have some rooms available to rent, 
> the price being negotiable as we are willing to barter(there are lots of 
> chores and projects to do!). I hope to make space for, and possibly build 
> some small cabins this summer that could eventually become year-round living 
> spaces. It would be a great spot for anyone looking to live close to nature, 
> pursuing an art or craft, wildcrafting, gardening, etc. I am hoping to host 
> workshops on such things for the local communities, so there would be an 
> opportunity for income through teaching as well.
> Please look us up on facebook! If you like the page you can keep updated on 
> what we do and events we'll be hosting. Or feel free to contact me through 
> this listserve email.
> Thanks everyone and have a good day!
> Amy Taylor
> Windfall Art Farm
> Webster, Minnesota
> 952-652-2296
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