Sep 8-10: Fellowship for Intentional Community


Richard Moore

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Fellowship for Intentional Community

An exciting weekend of networking, learning, & fun!
Friday, Sept. 8 to Sunday, Sept. 10, 2006
Bastyr University, near Seattle

Event Schedule

Major Sponsors
Northwest Intentional Community Association
Federation of Egalitarian Communities
International Puppydogs Movement
AM 1090 Progressive Talk
Greenworks Realty
Sustaining Sponsors
Rites of Passage Journeys
Supporting Sponsors
Cohousing Association of the United States
Yes! Magazine
Cooperating Sponsors
Songaia Cohousing Community
Institute of Noetic Sciences Northwest
The Heritage Institute
Goodenough Community
Greener Living Solutions
Sustainable Ballard
Other Sponsors
(on becoming an event sponsor)

€  Meet People from Existing & Forming Communities; Ecovillages, Cohousing, 
Egalitarian, Housing Cooperatives, Collectives

€  Build Real Community Where You Are; at Home, at Work, at Church, in other 

€  Tools You Can Use; Facilitation, Consensus, Ecological Assessments

€  Be More Sustainable; Ethical Consumption; Local Agriculture, Bio-Diesel, 

Questions? Email Syd at •••@••.•••
Presenters Include

€  Diana Leafe Christian, Communities magazine editor; author: Creating a Life 

€  Laird Schaub, FIC Executive Secretary; founder of Sandhill Farm
€  Lisa Fitzhugh, Arts Corps Executive Director
€  Mark Lakeman, Portland City Repair Coordinator

€  Geoph Kozeny, the Peripatetic Communitarian from Communities magazine & 
Visions of Utopia producer

€  Vicki Robin, Conversation Cafe, New Road Map Foundation, Author
€  And many more
Costs for full weekend: Admission $60-$75 (sliding scale)
Registration -
Onsite Meals
Bus Tour Tickets
Event Schedule

Kids and young adults are welcome. Ages 12 and under can come for free, but we'd

like to know how many are coming, so that we can plan appropriately for kid 
program activities.

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