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Featured This unregulated California commune is widely known as “the last free place in America” (Photos) The Plaid Zebra February 1, 2015


The commune went $400,000 into debt, a financial crisis loomed, tensions rose, and a mass exodus followed. "A lot's changed," says Stevenson. "We still hold the land collectively—1,700 acres.


Black Bear ranch commune in California is in the news after reports that Tennessee teacher Tad Cummins and student Elizabeth Thomas briefly stayed there.


Mapped: Communal living in Southern California. From a hippie cooperative to a monastic paradise, the experimental communes that were built in and around LA


Foundation for Intentional Community (FIC) is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Our main office is located at Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage, MO, USA. Stewarding the communities movement for over 30 years!


By the 1980s, the original fascination surrounding hippie communes had largely faded, and they began dropping off the map. While a few continue to limp along today, all that remains from a majority is photographic evidence of the time in American history when time when hippie communes thriving.


Why do you want to join a commune/co village, rather than just having a homestead? Oh and just so you know, a lot of people that do live on these sort of things don't like to be called hippies. ... Check out Harbin hot Springs near Napa in California. It's a beautiful place. They accept residents and you work as part of living there. Everything ...


This is a list of intentional communities.For directories, see external links below.


LA and Southern California has had: (M1.5 or greater) 714 earthquakes in the past 24 hours 9,468 earthquakes in the past 7 days; 9,712 earthquakes in the past 30 days; 12,696 earthquakes in the past 365 days


Welcome to the Black Bear Ranch Web site. Black Bear Ranch was established in 1968 on 28 acres surrounded by the Klamath National Forest not far from the Oregon border as part of the back-to-the-land movement in Northern California in the late 1960s.