Participating in relevant events is one way we are building the cohouseholding knowledge base and its community of practice. We are learning and finding members of our tribe... those who are building the knowledge required to live well together - both from their studies and direct experiences of shared living.
Project Team members present and participate - in some cases, we're a small part of large conferences and in others, we're leading events specifically focused on cohouseholding.
Please contact us if you would like us to participate in your event or help create a new one.
In 2013, members of the Project Team are traveling extensively to introduce cohouseholding and learn about successful shared households from the established households and homeshare movements. We are both creating small, local events and participating in large ones, including international events.
During 2012, the project was introduced at the National Cohousing Conference, the Art of Community conference, and the fall gathering of the Northwest Intentional Communities Association (hosted by Woolley Mammoth, a large shared household). In January, 2013 the world's first Cohouseholding workshop was hosted by East Bay Cohousing in Oakland, CA.
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