I’m working on my final project for the technical writing course, which is a comparison of cohousing developments to single-family and more traditional multi-family housing. I’m finding it difficult to find any of the books I want to use as references in the library (school or two counties). Do any of you who are local happen to have books on the subject? Copies of Communities magazine, maybe? I’d appreciate a chance to look at such things rather than needing to buy them via Amazon!

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6 thoughts on “Cohousing?

  1. Sorry about that. For interviews with cohousers on key topics, watch the documentary “Voices of Cohousing. Rebuilding villages in the city”, award winner at the 34th Ekotopfilm festival 2007 and nominated at 9th Gold Panda Awards. Easily accessible online Enjoy!

  2. You could try using InterLoan through your library. That’s where you can order books in from other libraries if your own one doesn’t have it. School libraries don’t usually charge for this service.

    Hope this helps 🙂

  3. Much of the information on Cohousing is on the Internet. The very novelty of cohousing in most parts of the country ensure loads of blogs and newsgroups.

    Create an Alert using google or yahoo with the term cohousing–you’ll get loads of useful links and can follow up on the ones you like.

    Good luck.

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