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Communities Directory

IC.org features an extensive directory of intentional communities throughout the world.  These communities include communes, ecovillages, student co-ops, spiritual or religious communities, co housing, and shared housing communities.   You can browse by type of community, newest communities, or utilize the map view.  


Click to explore their interactive directories map!

The search function is highly intuitive, making it easy to search for any community whether you just want to visit, are interested in joining and at what stage of development the community is in.  The featured communities are members of FIC - verified by the Foundation for Intentional Communities as serious and trustworthy listings.  




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Community Directory Book    

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Hello S Rogers,
What a FABULOUS post! This directory is great to peruse…
We’re fairly new to the Asheville NC area & ive already seen a few groups that caught my eye AND I had no idea that they existed.
What a great resource.
Thank you so much!
 
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S Rogers wrote:

Communities Directory

IC.org features an extensive directory of intentional communities throughout the world.  These communities include communes, ecovillages, student co-ops, spiritual or religious communities, co housing, and shared housing communities.   You can browse by type of community, newest communities, or utilize the map view.  


Click to explore their interactive directories map!

The search function is highly intuitive, making it easy to search for any community whether you just want to visit, are interested in joining and at what stage of development the community is in.  The featured communities are members of FIC - verified by the Foundation for Intentional Communities as serious and trustworthy listings.  




IC.org Classifieds

You can also browse the classifieds, in which communities and individuals are actively searching for communities or new members.





 

Do you have a community?  Listing is free and easy!  List Your Community on IC.org





Community Directory Book    

IC.org also offers a printed version of their communities directory.  The 600-pg book is the easiest and fastest way to find the community that is right for you!  This is a great option if you prefer a tangible directory or have a slow internet connection.  






Does anyone; remember Ray Konrath  /  who had intentions for an intentional community on Highway 6 North of Arthur, Ontario, Canada ?  Here is some references, to him; although I haven't found much, relating to his dream for a community.  https://uwaterloo.ca/mennonite-archives-ontario/personal-collections/reinhold-ray-konrath  The farm North of the village of Arthur in Ontario Canada, that he had owned with intentions of establishing an intentional community; is now being cash-cropped commercially.
 
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I copied & pasted the following, from the abovementioned URL :  
Biographical sketch: Reinhold (Ray) Konrath (23 Jun 1930-12 Jun 2016) was an auto mechanic. He was born in Yugoslavia to German parents, and later immigrated to Canada, living in Kitchener, Ontario. He was a lay student of Hutterite history.


As I recall; his dream community, wasn't able to attract enough people to get it "off the ground” & self-sustainable.
 
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I have found the directory to be helpful, we're on the interest list for one cohousing community we learned about and toured a while back, and we're touring another potential possability on Sat.!  Both of which I originally heard about in the FIC directory, so it really does work.
 
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Thats a good one. thanks.
I found this one too. is from an american lady i believe.

https://www.agartha.one/

 
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