Dallas Cohousing

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Intentional Communities/Cohousing

Cohousing Association of United States

The assocation is responsible for propogating the cohousing concept in the USA. Go here for a wealth of information about cohousing, communities throughout the country, and resources for starting a project.

 

Fellowship for Intentional Community  

Intentional Community is an inclusive term for projects where people strive together with a common vision:

ecovillages, cohousing communities, residential land trusts, communes, student co-ops, urban housing cooperatives, intentional living, alternative communities, cooperative living, ETC.


Context Institute  

Is a research organization, that has been exploring what is involved in a humane sustainable culture.

 

White Rock Cohousing  

Is a Green Townhome Cohousing project that has broken ground.

•   On a bus line to Rail

•   ~$158/SF / NO Renters

•   1500 to 2500 SF, 2 Story, attached garage

•   Masonry & Hardee-Sided Exterior; Wood Frame; Composition Roof


Rural Cohousing

Within 20 minutes of N.E. of Whole Foods, Fairview (NE Quadrant Central & Stacy Rd) Organizer says he has the funds to buy the raw land, but NOT enough to fully develop it. For more info contact Dan:   dan.swindler at gmail dot com


DFW Ecovillages

This website is a portal to most of the "intentional communities" in DFW, including a planned rural ecovillage east of Dallas. It is slated to be extremely environmental and mostly vegetarian. Plans include: permaculture, rainwater recovery, solar panels, alternative construction.

 


Green Business in Dallas

Green Source DFW

A collaborative venture to promote green living. They post current local news about the environment, environmental policy in Texas, and a calendar of green community events. Included are online directories of green businesses & organizations.

 

 

Gardening/Permaculture

Texas AgriLife Research & Extension Center at Dallas

Free and low-cost classes available to all.

Texas AgriLife Research and Extension Center at Dallas is an EPA WaterSense Partner.
For more information about these courses, please contact Tamaron Hunt at
t-hunt at tamu.edu
. If you would like to sign up for their monthly newsletter, please click here.

 

 

Eating Local in DFW Area

Dallas

 

Celebration Restaurant


http://www.mommypotamus.com/food/healthy-local-restaurants/


Blue Mesa Grill


Green Spot Cafe


Smoke Restaurant


Bolsa Market Cafe Wine Bar


Park Restaurant, Bar, Garden



McKinney


Local Yocal Farm to Market


Square Burger