Category Archives: CRCS

Sunday, May 24, 2020, 2-4 pm: EVNJ Virtual Meetup
— Living in Cohousing in the Midst of the Pandemic

Jordan Hopkins We can meet up this month, but it will still have to be virtual! April has turned to May, but in-person Meetups still might be a couple of months in the future. There’s nothing like face-to-face interaction (that’s … Continue reading

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Local Action Circles to Meet Next Week (March 6-7-8)

Do you want to live in an Ecovillage? Then you must help us build one. Where do you want to live? In a city, town, suburb. or in a rural setting? Join us next week as we plan for our new … Continue reading

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Join an Action Circle to Grow an Ecovillage Near You

Ecovillage NJ is forming Action Circles to actively plan and grow 1 to 4 cooperative communities in the Garden State in the next 2 years. We have 4 circles to choose from: urban, town, suburban, and rural. Our first meetings … Continue reading

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Creating an Ecovillage Co-op

As described elsewhere on this site, we have embraced a new approach to creating ecovillages in New Jersey, a cooperative proposal being led by a group of longtime activists and experts called the Ecovillagers Alliance. This post provides some of the key background … Continue reading

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The Story So Far… A Brief History of EcovillageNJ

It may be helpful to anyone interested in becoming a member of Ecovillage New Jersey to get a brief sense of the group’s history, current status, and intended future. Over the past few years, two key groups became interested in … Continue reading

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