Visions of Utopia documents and profiles 7 diverse intentional communities in the United States.
Have an inside look at what it is like to live in intentional communities from people who are doing it.
Get "up close and personal" while you listen to members tell their stories, joys, laughs, and struggles in their own words.
Includes a fascinating brief history of the last 2,500 years of intentional communities, plus insights into what works and what doesn't, and an exploration of what holds communities together.
Volume 1 profiles 7 contemporary communities, including:
Ananda Village (Nevada City CA)
Breitenbush Hot Springs (Detroit OR)
Camphill Special School (Glenmoore PA)
Earthaven (Black Mountain NC)
Nyland Cohousing (Lafayette CO)
Purple Rose (San Francisco CA)
Twin Oaks (Louisa VA)
Visions of Utopia II (Part 2) profiles 10 more communities, including:
Catholic Worker’s House (San Antonio TX)
Community Alternatives & Fraser Common Farm (Vancouver & Aldergrove BC)
The Farm (Summertown TN)
Ganas (Staten Island NY)
Goodenough (Seattle WA)
Hearthaven (Kansas City MO)
Miccosukee Land Co-op (Tallahassee FL)
N Street Cohousing (Davis CA)
Remote Hamlet (CA)
Sandhill Farm (Rutledge MO)
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