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Cooperative communities

Cooperative communities

how to start them, and why

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Published by Ananda Publications in Nevada City, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ananda Cooperative Village.,
  • Collective settlements.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Kriyananda.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 58 p., [1] leaf of plates :
    Number of Pages58
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14334267M

    Supporting communities in marginal situations, these cooperative social enterprises are thus well positioned to improve employment in rural areas while providing marginal communities with. Community Planet is a unique project whose purpose is to create just such a world through a living example of a sustainable Community which is governed by consensus and holds an intention of aligning with the highest good of all — an integrated solution replacing the piecemeal approach that has failed to solve the many challenges we face.

    The mission of Community 1 Cooperative is to enhance the communities we serve through quality, cost-effective services for individuals, families, non-profit organizations, and businesses. Membership in Community 1 Cooperative is only $3 and is open to anyone. Each new member of American 1 Credit Union is a Community 1 Cooperative member. Clackamas River Community Cooperative is owned by the co-op members who live here -- we are a resident-owned community (ROC). That means we control the rent and make the rules. In , we formed the Clackamas River Community Cooperative and, on Octo , the Cooperative purchased the land and infrastructure, such as the roads and water.

    Cooperative housing is an alternate form of ownership of homes and property, in which the property is owned by an organization and then sold as shares to the residents of the community.   Eldercare is a mounting problem in Spain as younger people move away from their traditional homes. So older people are taking care of the problem themselves – in .


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