The Farm, located just outside Summertown, Tennessee, is still around to this day, and was the subject of the 2012 documentary "American Commune." Now composed of roughly 200 members, the vegetarian intentional community was founded on -- and still lives by -- their core values of nonviolence and respect for the environment.
From free love and sexual liberation to vegetable patches and $3 a day living costs: Inside America's oldest hippie commune. By Daily Mail Reporter. ... Modern-day hippies: Now, the 160 member ...
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I am a 53 year old woman living in a modern day hippie commune, AMA! submitted 4 ... This is a hippie commune; if they were to smoke they would not be ousted. (But of course you know we are all law abiding citizens here and until that becomes legal in Missouri we shall say we abstain).
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Founded in 1971 on the principles on nonviolence and respect for the earth, The Farm has transformed itself from the largest hippie commune in the world to a modern-day ecovillage and a living example of sustainable living.
Environment > Green Living Easy living: The truth about modern communes Today's communes are a far cry from the free-loving, dope-smoking hippy havens of the Sixties.
An Intimate Look Inside a Modern American Commune. ... which came to her as she was walking in the woods of the commune one day. The ‘we’ is both the community and herself. ... “I had this ...
Drug use was rampant on some hippie communes and forbidden on others. Some were strictly self-sufficient agrarian societies, but other hippie communes participated in capitalism--owning businesses and selling rock albums. There was no "one-size fits all" model, and each hippie commune developed its own culture, rules, and personality over time.