Perspectives on Cohousing and Ecovillages: Building Diversity in Intentional Communities

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A panel discussion called “Perspectives on Cohousing and Ecovillages: Building Diversity in Intentional Communities” was sponsored by the Center for Urban and Regional Studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill on March 27, 2015. Video of the panel discussion is below.

 

 

intentional-communities-flyer-for-carouselPanelists provided an overview of intentional communities, with a focus on efforts to achieve diversity. The panel included: Alice Alexander, Executive Director of the Cohousing Association of the U.S. and member of Durham Central Park Cohousing Community; Badi Bradley from the Pacifica Cohousing Community in Carrboro; and Paul Voss, a founding member of Hart’s Mill Ecovillage, an agrarian intentional community being developed in Orange County.