East Wind is a community of people living and working in the beautiful hills of the Missouri Ozarks. We hold our land, labor, and other resources in common. Our aim is to create an egalitarian communal lifestyle. We encourage individuality and diversity in our members.
We've been farming organically and building community since 1974 on 135 acres in rural, northeast Missouri. We grow most of our food and share income, meals, vehicles and other resources. Our membership consists of 7 adults and a 7-year old.
Twin Oaks is an intentional community in rural central Virginia, made up of around 90 adult members and 15 children. Since the community's beginning in 1967, our way of life has reflected our values of cooperation, sharing, nonviolence, equality, and ecology. We welcome you to schedule a visit.
Le Manoir is an Quebec income sharing intentional community. It offers its members a different social environment to experiment new ways to live together and to develop their full potential, while having an impact on their extended community.
The Living Energy Farm is a project to build a community, education center, and farm that demonstrates that a fulfilling life is possible without the use of any fossil fuel. Our mission is to serve as an example and actively promote lifestyles and technologies that are truly sustainable, and to make these sustainable technologies accessible to all persons regardless of their income or social position.
We are a small community located near Shenandoah National Park in central Virginia. Our community life is based on personal affinity, which means that persons and relationships come first and everything else follows from that. We want to live creatively, and in ways that are fulfilling for all our members.
in The Olympic Peninsula, Washington State
We are a community on the Olympic Peninsula that is co-creating an egalitarian, sustainable, and nonviolent way of life. We seek to explore and practice this way of life through restorative justice, Nonviolent Communication, permaculture, trauma work, gift-economy, and the common holding of income, land, and resources.