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EarthArt Village

EarthArt Village

(EAV)

EarthArt Village (EAV) was created to fulfill a vision of living and demonstrating sustainable community. The scope envisioned for EarthArt Village is that of a small scale homesteading project that embodies the principles and demonstrates the practices of sustainable "village" life to the benefit of its members and to others locally, bioregionally and beyond.

Común Tierra

Común Tierra

Una exploración de Comunidades Sustentables en America Latina

El proyecto Común Tierra es una investigación sobre comunidades sostenibles en América Latina (México hasta Brasil), iniciada en mayo de 2010. Durante el periodo de cuatro a cinco años, Ryan y Letícia están visitando comunidades sostenibles, ecoaldeas y centros de permacultura documentando sus ideas, técnicas y herramientas con enfoque sostenible que pueden ser multiplicados en todo el mundo.

Mini-Granja "Tierramor"

Mini-Granja "Tierramor"

Una iniciativa familiar que busca dar vida a los principios éticos y de diseño de la permacultura.

La mini-granja se desarrolla en un pequeño predio de 2500 metros cuadrados, en un pueblito a orillas del Lago de Pátzcuaro, a orillas de pueblo de Erongarícuaro, en Michoacán, México.

El terreno de la Granja TIERRAMOR forma parte de un predio más amplio de aproximadamente 1 ha., el cual fue adquirido por un grupo de 11 copropietarios, en verano del año 2002. La idea era la de establecer un barrio ecológico en los linderos del pueblo de Erongaricuaro.

Ecovillage Radio

Ecovillage Radio

Established

Ecovillage Radio is supported by Gaia Trust and other organizations. It was started in 2008 as an on-line media project to strengthen GEN, and broaden global awareness about ecovillages and sustainability related issues. There are currently 29 programmes online at the website available for listening or downloading at any time.The founder is Russ Purvis, current President of the Ecovillage Network of Canada.

Circle of Children Village School

Circle of Children Village School

Circle of Children has recently moved to Triangle Lake in the Oregon Coastal Mountains. We were donated 60 acres on lake front property in January 2012. There are many buildings existing on the land currently. Historically it was a religious kids camp. The camp was build between the years 1991 and 2003. Circle of Children Village School is a free school that teaches youth and their families sustainable living skills while also weaving in the basic subjects.

Lost Valley Educational Center

Lost Valley Educational Center

We are an intentional community and nonprofit educational center located on eighty-seven acres in the foothills of the Cascades. Full-time residents currently number approx. 26 adult members (ages 25-65) and 5-7 children (ages 2-12). We are committed to stewarding this land and developing a sustainable culture, recognizing and honoring the spiritual, aesthetic, and emotional as well as practical dimensions of sustainability. We offer educational programs in Permaculture and personal growth, as well as community internships in many of our program areas.

The Farm

The Farm

Out To Save The World

In 1971, a caravan of 60 brightly painted school buses and assorted other vehicles carrying more than 300 hippie idealists landed on an abandoned farm in central Tennessee. They had a mission: to be a part of something bigger than themselves, to follow a peaceful and spiritual path, and to make a difference in the world.

Today The Farm is one of the largest and longest-lasting intentional communities in the United States. The Farm continues as a school of change, demonstrating ways to operate collectively in terms of:

Villages at Crest Mountain

Villages at Crest Mountain

Asheville Sustainable Community

The Villages at Crest Mountain is a comprehensive green-built neighborhood 4.5 miles from downtown Asheville, North Carolina. This affordable intentional eco-community embraces social interaction, organic food production, renewable energy, healthy built construction, composting and rainwater harvesting.

On-site amenities enable residents and families to enjoy a simple, natural lifestyle in step with cutting-edge sustainable technology:

Earthaven Ecovillage

Earthaven Ecovillage

Earthaven is an aspiring ecovillage founded in 1994 on 320 acres in the mountain forests of western North Carolina, about 40 minutes from Asheville. We value sustainable ecological systems, permaculture design, spiritual diversity, right livelihood, and healthy social relations. We are off the grid and live in passive-solar natural-built homes in 13 small neighborhoods. Now (in 2007) we have 60 members, and intend to have 160 maximum. We welcome families with children, older people, young people.

Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage

Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage

Dancing Rabbit is an ecovillage and intentional community set amid the hills and prairies of rural northeastern Missouri. Our goal is to live ecologically sustainable and socially rewarding lives, and to share the skills and ideas behind that lifestyle.

Whole Village

Whole Village

Whole Village is located on two hundred acres near Orangeville, Ontario. Most of the members live on the farm in Greenhaven, our new ecoresidence. Whole Village members pledge
• to operate a biodynamic farm as an integral part of the community;
• to achieve these goals consistent with principles of sustainable land stewardship.

611 Ecovillage

611 Ecovillage

The 611 Ecovillage is an urban model of sustainability and community. Rather than looking at the limitations of an urban environment we seek to tranform it using the principles of permaculture, ecology, and sustainable lifestyles. We bike, compost on site, use non-toxic products, have a solar heated hot tub, respect our community, and have fun!

Please visit our website: www.611ecovillage.com

One Network

One Network

The Eco VIllage Engine

Our villages are built creating an open source to be shared to demonstrate how to build safely, affordably, and efficiently with maximal use of reclaimed/recycled materials. The design of the Recycled Materials Village is an earthship-inspired semi-subterranean design that will provide 47 individual lots with living units that also include a village shop and 14 common areas. The common areas will include dining and social space large enough to seat 150+ people, an art space, music room, dance room, yoga/meditation space, library, game room, gym, and relaxation and socialization room.

One Island

One Island

One Island is an organic farm-based education center that embraces core eco-village principles and our facility serves as a community commons for other like-minded eco-farms in our immediate area. Since Hawaii does not allow multi-residential dwellings on ag land, we are developing a distributed eco-village model in Honaunau, heart of the Kona coffee belt, on the west coast of the Big Island of Hawaii.

Green Valley Village

Green Valley Village

We foster intentionally integrated culture, conscientiously serving human needs and desires.

New Gaia Center

New Gaia Center

New Gaia Center is a community with a focus based on healing by connecting to the land. We currently have multiple accomodations, large gardens, cherry orchard, apple orchards, fresh water creeks and lakes and much more.

Quaker Intentional Village - Canaan

Quaker Intentional Village - Canaan

QIVC, established in 2000, is a community of 30 people of all ages living close to the land on 135 acres of forest and pasture in the upper Hudson Valley . We strive to live spirit-focused lives that are simple, sustainable, and joyful, benefiting from and enjoying our close connections with each other and the land.We welcome diversity of all sorts, and don't all need to identify as Quaker. Our website is qivc.org.

GENNA

GENNA

Global Ecovillage Network of North America

GENNA's Mission

To engage the peoples of the Americas in common effort to join the global transformation towards an ecologically, economically, and culturally sustainable future.

GENNA serves as the Western Hemisphere's representative of the Global Ecovillage Network.

GENNA is comprised of Networks and Organizations from Canada and the United States who work together as a unified force in the ecovillage and sustainability movements.

GENNA's Primary Objectives

• To promote and nurture new and existing ecovillages within North America.

Ecoaldea Huehuecoyotl

Ecoaldea Huehuecoyotl

Arte y ecología. Espacios para trabajos en grupos. Dormitorio, regaderas y comedor para visitantes. Conservación del medio ambiente. Manejo de aguas pluviales. Reciclaje de aguas grices. Baños/letrinas secos. Construcciones naturales. Hortalizas orgánicas. Energias renovables. Facilitación y consenso.

Yonders Farm

Yonders Farm

It is the mission of the Yonderfamily Council, living by example, to provide environmentally minded, life sustaining education and resources in benefit to all ~ and ~ to use, teach and learn via a network of community based programs promoting the perpetual integration of social-ecological harmony.

We have 100 acres of beautiful wooded hillsides where people can come and learn how to live in a green sustainable way -- and become part of our compassionate, creative, community/family.

Ixixtlan

Ixixtlan

Beautifull Ecovillage, located near Atlixco, Puebla.

Shadowlake Village

Shadowlake Village

Shadowlake Village Cohousing is located in Blacksburg, Virginia, a rural town in the beautiful Blue Ridge mountains of southwest Virginia, and home to Virginia Tech.

Quick facts:

•Thirty-three individually-owned townhouses, duplexed pairs, and detached single-family homes with around 50 adults and 25 children

•Ecologically-sensitive building and site design that preserves the land's natural beauty

•An intergenerational, friendly atmosphere that is safe for children and conducive to visiting with neighbors

Los Angeles Eco-Village

Los Angeles Eco-Village

We are a demonstration of the processes for creating a
healthy intensely urban neighborhood. We seek to integrate the social,
economic and ecological systems of the neighborhood. An intentional community of approximately 35 persons in a two block neighborhood engages in a variety of activities with one another, other neighbors and the city at large to create lower impact higher quality living patterns.

Global Community Communications All

Global Community Communications All

Global Community Communications Alliance

Global Community Communications Alliance (GCCA) is established in two locations at present: In Sedona and Tubac, Arizona, USA. GCCA is a Church with its focus on the Fatherhood of God and the brother/sisterhood of humankind. We see ourselves as a cosmic family, with members and friends from every corner of the world and from many diverse religious backgrounds. We work as a team of committed individuals with the desire to serve humanity through our various outreach programs and supporting organizations. Members work with the earth as a healing connection to the Universe Mother Spirit.

Free Life Ways

Free Life Ways

Co-living, Co-working, Co-learning, Intentional Community

FreeLifeWays is an organization dedicated to a conscious and systematic approach to empowering people and inspiring community. We do this through the process of transformation. We start by transforming ourselves, and our families. We then turn our focus to our extended communities, American society, and global culture at large. We believe that we all experience greater freedom and joy in life through voluntary cooperation and the sharing of resources.

Berea College Ecovillage

Berea College Ecovillage

An ecologically- and socially-sustainable residential and learning complex designed to meet the housing needs of Berea College students, principally those who are married or single parents, in a manner that supports their academic, labor and family responsibilities.

Solaris Valhalla CSA Farm and Educa

Solaris Valhalla CSA Farm and Educa

Solaris Valhalla CSA Farm and Educationl Center

Solaris Valhalla has just recently begun our Community. Currently we have 5 members (2 Families), 5 adults and 3 children. We are looking to expand by gaining approximately 10 more members.

Our Community operates on a very simple system as follows:

1) Each member has an acre of land chosen from the 10 acres we currently have to use as a place to build, garden, and live.

2) We have a community kitchen in the main house. This is where all community meals are prepared and served.

Ganas Community

Ganas Community

Ganas- Staten Island, New York, United States
Ganas is a Spanish word meaning

Gaia University

Gaia University

Get credit for exploring your passion while serving the Earth!
Offering accredited Bachelors and Masters degrees as well as Graduate Diplomas, Gaia University opened its doors to its first students in May of 2006.

Cleveland EcoVillage

Cleveland EcoVillage

In the Cleveland EcoVillage, centered around the W.65th-Lorain-EcoVillage Rapid Station, we are creating a neighborhood that realizes the full potential of urban life in the most ecologically sustainable way possible. The ecovillage is supported by a partnership between EcoCity Cleveland and Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization (DSCDO). Recent projects have included green built townhomes and single family homes, a community garden, a walking trail, a new transit station, demonstration solar panels at a local school, and planning for greenspace improvements.

Global Community Communications All

Global Community Communications All

Global Community Communications Alliance

Global Community Communications Alliance (GCCA)—a multifaceted nonprofit organization in Tubac, Arizona—was founded in 1989 by Gabriel of Urantia and Niann Emerson Chase with the vision of creating a future society of truth, beauty, and goodness, of hope and destiny fulfillment, of unity without uniformity and the understanding through expanded revelatory concepts that we are all children of the same Creator. That vision has blossomed into a cherished reality we call the First Planetary Sacred Home…

Cite Ecologique of New Hampshire

Cite Ecologique of New Hampshire

Ecovillage in Northern New Hampshire

“La Cite Ecologique of NH” Ecovillage was establishe in 2003. The community of 35-40 members is surrounded by 315 acres of beautiful land, forest and mountains. So far we have built one single family building, two large community residences where people live in a kind of condo arrangement, one community building which includes a community kitchen, a community hall, a laundry room and a nice fireplace for our long winters.

Earthwalk

Earthwalk

Earthwalk Eco Education Center offers sustainable living educational experiences. Our mission is to raise consciousness about sustainable solutions to our social and environmental issues. Through our workshops, seminars, courses and publications we share information and techniques for healthy and environmentally responsible living. Located about 60 minutes east of Toronto. Earthwalk is designed to function as an eco demonstration and education center. Our focus is exploring both new and established techniques and technologies for creating sustainable living environments.

Polestar Gardens

Polestar Gardens

Polestar is an intentional, spiritual community on the Big Island of Hawaii.

We offer year-round, hands-on experience in cooperative living based on the universal teachings of Paramhansa Yogananda, author of the spiritual classic, 'Autobiography of a Yogi'. We also offer opportunities for personal retreat and vacation, as well as many dynamic programs for families and youths.

Our core values are spirit, community and life-long learning.

Tui Community

Tui Community

The Tui Land Trust was formed in 1984 to create an intentional community village for holistic living. Most of the buildings are partially solar, with mains electricity. Closeness to the land and support of families and personal growth is encouraged. No specific religious or political creed is followed. Individuals contributes to community running and development costs and are responsible for earning income. One daily meal is shared. A large communal garden produces food for the community. Stream water is sourced for buildings.

San Mateo Ecovillage

San Mateo Ecovillage

We are a small suburban community facing a lagoon between San Mateo and Foster City, California. We have planted fruit trees and extensive organic gardens. We are seeking other

Hundredfold Farm Cohousing

Hundredfold Farm Cohousing

We are a cohousing community (condominium legal structure) designed for 14 households (currently 10 built and occupied) on a working, profit-making, organic Christmas tree farm. Our modular houses have a maximum 1000 sq. footprint, high insulation, energy star appliances. The passive solar, partially earth-bermed design is enhanced by PV (3.3 kW average per house), solar domestic hot water, and high-efficiency natural gas boilers. Our on-site waste water treatment sends our blackwater through a greenhouse artifical wetland to return gray water for flushing.

Kuishtak, para SER humano

Kuishtak, para SER humano

Lugar de salud, resguardo y salvamento. Proyecto de vida comprometido con el futuro del planeta.

Comunidad autosustentable que eleva la calidad de vida fomentando respeto al medio ambiente, desarrollo económico y social, contribuyendo a la creación de una nueva cultura de convivencia pacífica.

Buscamos crear una mejor forma de desarrollo social a través de la participación ciudadana en educación, producción orgánica, huertos familiares, uso racional del agua, preservación de la salud, entre otros.

cinderlandecovillage

cinderlandecovillage

ALOHA:cinderland ecovillage was founded on the remains of the 1960 kapoho lava flow on the big Island of Hawaii. The land was buried with lava and then with Cinders. The cinders was mined and sold to the public and the land layed wasted, baren and empty until we purchased it in 2ooo. We implimented perma culture technics and planted nitrogin fixing trees extensibly. We composted all of our organic waste and brought in cinders, mulch, horse manure, soil,green waste, saw dust and plenty of organic foods eating humans to co create this wonderful paradise we call home, Cinderland.

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Phoenix Cooperative Ecovillage Ecovillage United States 28.06.2004 4 years 4 months ago
Cerro Gordo Ecovillage United States 04.01.2002 4 years 4 months ago
Pacifica EcoVillage Ecovillage United States 14.03.2003 4 years 4 months ago
EarthSea Ecovillage Canada 04.01.2002 4 years 4 months ago
Arcosanti Ecovillage United States 04.01.2002 4 years 4 months ago
Elfentree Ecovillage United States 04.01.2002 4 years 4 months ago
Moonshadow Ecovillage United States 04.01.2002 4 years 4 months ago
Piñon Ecovillage Ecovillage United States 03.01.2003 4 years 4 months ago
Oak Village Commons Ecovillage United States 14.03.2003 4 years 4 months ago
Balankán, Ciudad de Luz / Red Iber Ecovillage Mexico 26.01.2004 4 years 4 months ago
Comunidad Los Horcones Ecovillage Mexico 04.01.2002 4 years 4 months ago
Gesundheit! Institute Ecovillage United States 04.01.2002 4 years 4 months ago
O.U.R. Ecovillage Ecovillage Canada 04.01.2002 4 years 4 months ago
Living Earth Ecovillage Ecovillage United States 03.01.2003 4 years 4 months ago
Warriors of the Rainbow Ecovillage Mexico 15.02.2004 4 years 4 months ago
Dreamtime Village Ecovillage United States 04.01.2002 4 years 4 months ago
Glen Valley Organic Farm Ecovillage Canada 04.01.2002 4 years 4 months ago
Pueblo Sacbe Ecovillage Mexico 04.01.2002 4 years 4 months ago
Borealis Ecovillage Canada 04.01.2003 4 years 4 months ago
Enota Ecovillage United States 14.03.2003 4 years 4 months ago
Heartwood Hamlet Ecovillage United States 04.01.2002 4 years 4 months ago
Southwest Sufi Community Ecovillage United States 04.01.2002 4 years 4 months ago
Cardiff Place Ecovillage Canada 04.01.2003 4 years 4 months ago
La Flor del Agua Ecovillage United States 16.03.2003 4 years 4 months ago
East Wind Community Ecovillage United States 04.01.2002 4 years 4 months ago
Heathcote Community Ecovillage United States 04.01.2002 4 years 4 months ago
Sun Valley Community Ecovillage United States 04.01.2002 4 years 4 months ago
Windsong Ecovillage Canada 04.01.2003 4 years 4 months ago
Los Guayabos Comunidad Ecológica Ecovillage Mexico 07.05.2003 4 years 4 months ago
Alpha Farm Ecovillage United States 04.01.2002 4 years 4 months ago
Ecovillage of Loudon County Ecovillage United States 04.01.2002 4 years 4 months ago
Hei Wa House Ecovillage United States 04.01.2002 4 years 4 months ago
Zendik Farm Ecovillage United States 04.01.2002 4 years 4 months ago
Ecovillage Detroit Ecovillage United States 13.03.2003 4 years 4 months ago
Big Island Cohousing and Ecovillage Ecovillage United States 18.10.2003 4 years 4 months ago
Eden Project Ecovillage United States 04.01.2002 4 years 4 months ago
Las Cañadas Bosque de Niebla Ecovillage Mexico 04.01.2002 4 years 4 months ago
Nature's Spirit Ecovillage United States 02.03.2002 4 years 4 months ago
Narrow Ridge Earth Literacy Center Ecovillage United States 14.03.2003 4 years 4 months ago
Jordan Village Ecovillage United States 22.11.2003 4 years 4 months ago
Breitenbush Community Ecovillage United States 04.01.2002 4 years 4 months ago
Eden Ranch Community Ecovillage United States 04.01.2002 4 years 4 months ago
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