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1262540_450071955101239_1005967892_oIf you live or want to live according to the values of cooperation, sustainability, and equality this conference is for you. You’ll get something out of this event whether you’re brand new to communities and cooperatives, or have been living and working in them for decades. The conference focuses on Intentional Communities, including models such as Ecovillages, Cohousing, and Housing Cooperatives, and the larger cooperative movement, including all kinds of cooperative and collective organizations.

Want to know more about our vision/mission and what we mean by Intentional Communities?

The Twin Oaks conference site has open air facilities and the basic registration option includes camping. Indoor accommodations are also available. Meals and snacks are provided (including food contributions from participants) from Friday dinner through Monday dinner.

Find out more about the logistics of the conference.

Activities at the conference include formal workshops and presentations, open space workshops provided by participants, community introductions and networking, tours of three different intentional communities, a rockin’ dance party, and plenty of time to hang out and have fun.

Check out the schedule and descriptions of activities and workshops.

Please consider making a donation to help us keep the conference financially accessible. Tax deductible donations can be made to Fellowship for Intentional Community, a 501(c)3 non-profit which acts as a fiscal sponsor for the Communities Conference. Non-tax deductible donations can be made directly to Twin Oaks Community, which is a 501(d) non-profit.