Waters Permaulture EcoVillage
Crystal Waters Permaculture Village is a socially and environmentally
responsible, economically viable rural subdivision north of Brisbane
(Australia), Crystal Waters was established in 1987. It received
the 1996 World Habitat Award (assessed by Dr Wally NDow)
for its "pioneering work in demonstrating new ways of low
impact, sustainable living".
- Eco Village Permaculture Project in South Africa
As an educational
eco-village, we at Berg-en-Dal aim to demonstrate that in a dry
and developing country like South Africa, permaculture could go
a long way to uplifting rural communities and dealing with the
dry terrains that characterise our continent.
We welcome visitors to our farm, be they tourists or individuals
who hope to come and learn about permaculture and sustainable
lifestyles or to become involved as WWOOFers.
Livable Places is a nonprofit development and public policy
organization working to make the Los Angeles region more livable
and environmentally sustainable.
Global Eco-village Network
Eco-villages are attempts to create complete, working communities
in which people can live sustainably, in harmony with each other
Cohousing is the name of a type of collaborative housing that
attempts to overcome the alienation of modern subdivisions in
which no-one knows their neighbors, and there is no sense of community.
Marsh Commons Co-Housing Project
Village '95 online
Urban Ecology Australia Inc (UEA) is a non profit community group
committed to the evolution of socially vital, economically viable
and ecologically sustaining human settlements - ecological cities
- through education and example.
Maryland's first cohousing community is located on the edge of
Libertytown, at the intersection of Rts. 26 and 31 just 10 miles
east of Frederick.
Blueberry Hill is just one more great reason to live in Northern
Virginia. The community, clustered on a hillside on the outskirts
of Vienna, Virginia, will have 19 single family homes ranging
in size from approximately 1000 to 2000 square feet and a basement.
We have sold 16 of the 19 homes.
Cohousing Home Page
The Purposes of this site are: Provide awareness of cohousing
communities in Canada and abroad. Provide a means for proposed,
newly formed or existing communities to make a presence on the
Internet for promotional or educational purposes. Provide resource
material such as "community friendly" architects, builders, building
concepts, etc. Provide links to other groups who also promote
community building goals and sustainable housing ideals. Promote
the activities of the Canadian Cohousing Network (CCN).