Twin Oaks Community

Since 1967, Twin Oaks has grown to over 85 adults and children on 400 acres in central Virginia. We're two hours from Washington, DC, one hour from the Blue Ridge Mountains. Our age and size mean both diversity and stability. We offer a wide range of facilities and social and cultural opportunities. Income work includes hammock-making, organic tofu production, book indexing, seed growing, and various other small cottage businesses. Other work includes our large vegetable and herb gardens, dairy cows and cheese making, and several dozen other smaller work areas.

Website
http://www.twinoaks.org
Address

138 Twin Oaks Rd.
Louisa, VA 23093

Phone Number
540-894-5126
Founded
1967
Adults
90
Children
15

Documents

Name Category
Age Limit Policy, Consolidated and Revised - 2006 Demographic Policies (Population, Age, Gender, etc.)
Articles of Incorporation - Twin Oaks - 1986 Articles of Incorporation
Becoming A Provisional Member - Twin Oaks - 2009 Joining Process
Becoming a Full Member - Twin Oaks - 2009 Provisional to Full Membership Process
Bylaws - Twin Oaks - 2007 Bylaws of current FEC communities and Communities in Dialogue
Child Program Info - 1994 Families
Child/Adult Ratio Policy - 1994 Demographic Policies (Population, Age, Gender, etc.)
Conflict Resolution - 1991 Conflict Resolution
Dual Member Policy - 2003 Alternate Membership or Residency Structures
Economic Review - Twin Oaks - 1985 Economics
Guest Policy - 2004 Guest Policy
Letter to Women - Twin Oaks Outreach
Member Handbook - 1998 Member Handbooks
Membership Agreement - Twin Oaks Membership Contracts
Membership Policy - Twin Oaks - 2009 Comprehensive Membership Policies
Personal Affairs Leave - 2009 Personal Leave, Sabbaticals, and Other Extended Leaves
Promo Flyers - 1982 Outreach
Residents and Student Interns - Twin Oaks Alternate Membership or Residency Structures
Self-Examination Response - Twin Oaks - 1991 Conflict Resolution
Sexual Activity Proposal - Twin Oaks - 1989 Families
Statment of Religious Beliefs - Twin Oaks Mission Statements, Spirituality Statements, etc.
Tradeoff Game - Twin Oaks - 1992 Economics
Twin Oaks - IRS Correspondence with Twin Oaks Taxes
Twin Oaks Labor System Comprehensive Labor Policies
Visiting Twin Oaks - 1998 Outreach

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2016 Assembly of the Federation of Egalitarian Communities by Rejoice, 1 month ago

The annual assembly for the FEC takes place during March, in an attempt to happen at the beginning of the year when it's least inconvenient to everyone.  We have gardeners whose season hasn't yet kicked into high gear, a goat herd who's fielding baby goats (conveniently within range of the assembly), outdoor workers whose season hasn't totally started yet, and people to whom the changing of seasons has absolutely no effect.