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www.mnn.com/.../off-the-grid-communities-5-places-carving-a-sustainable-path

Some off-the-grid communities take the intentional community approach, a gathering of like-minded residents living in a cooperative manner (and if you think that sounds like a commune, well, you ...

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Independence Through Interdependence: Phoenix Commons is designed to maximize its members' health, happiness, autonomy and interconnectedness as they… Learn more Ella Jo Baker Intentional Community Cooperative, Inc. Washington, District of Columbia, United States The mission of the Ella Jo Baker ...

www.theplaidzebra.com/the-last-free-place-in-america

All parking is free and unregulated. Yet—despite the drugs, freedom, isolation and heavy south-California sun—the residents reject seniority and avoid shrewdness, remaining polite and open-armed to new comers. Hippies, free-spirits, druggies, eccentrics and adventurers—people have been living for free in Slab City since the late ’40s.

ecosalon.com/10-intentional-communities-we-want-to-live-in

From tree house villages in Costa Rica to yoga communes in Hawaii, these 10 intentional communities are havens of peace, creativity and sustainability. Imagine waking up to the sound of bells from ...

www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2241067/From-free-love-sexual-liberation...

Now, the 160 member community, more about Eco-Friendly living than free love, is the subject of the new documentary, American Commune, in which the filmmaker-sisters who were born there reveal ...

allthatsinteresting.com/hippie-communes

The product of this dissatisfaction was hippie culture, and from hippie culture sprang hippie communes–group living spaces, communities, or villages where like minded individuals could live simply like their agrarian ancestors (usually with the help of some mind altering substances).

www.huffpost.com/entry/photos-7-modern-day-green_n_687530

Whether you call it co-housing, eco-villages, intentional community living or modern day communes, shared living with an eco-focus is experiencing a boom that rivals the 1960s and 1970s. These utopia-inspired dwellings boast organic farms, shared communal spaces, and one even relies on geothermal ...

www.reddit.com/.../comments/1d195l/want_to_live_in_ecovillagehippie_commune_help

Communal living only works when everyone is pulling their fair share, and all household and community needs are being met. My guess is that this is why most "hippie" communes (and Amish neighborhoods) revolve around farming and homesteading of some sort.

www.toptenz.net/top-10-experimental-towns-and-communes.php

Communal living experienced a renaissance with the rise of the hippie movement, when thousands of young people dropped out of society and attempted to form independent, utopian communities. The biggest and most notable of them all is certainly a town in Summerton, Tennessee known only as “The Farm.” ... We are free to belong and be, coping ...