Fellowship for Intentional Community
An FIC co-sponsored event
July 5 – August 11, 2013
Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage
Join us for the 37-day summer immersion course for visionaries, culture-creators, and community organizers seeking experiential training in building or transitioning sustainable community.
A premiere training set within one of the US' leading ecovillages, Dancing Rabbit in Rutledge, MO, this life-changing course gathers the wisdom of ecovillages worldwide to train new leaders in creating a more sustainable future.
Staff members include FIC staff and board members (and community founders) Laird Schaub of Sandhill Farm, Ma'ikwe Schaub Ludwig of Dancing Rabbit, Alyson Ewald of Red Earth Farms, Tony Sirna of Dancing Rabbit and several other leaders in the sustainable communities movement!
Early Bird Registration is now open
Only 20 spots available!
Aug 30-Sept 2, 2013 at Twin Oaks Community - Louisa, VA
What role do intentional communities have in the uncertain times we live in?
How can we leverage cooperation and resource sharing to deal with the challenges we face? How are people coming together to create a society that might able to weather the coming storms and end up being satisfying and sustainable?
Fellowship for Intentional Community Organizational Meeting
September 12 -14, 2013 at Whole Village (Caledon ON)
Details to come!
October 3-5, 2013
Historic Harmony Butler County, PA and Old Economy Village, Beaver County, PA
Deadline for Submission of Paper and Session Proposals: April 17, 2013
October 6 -9, 2013 in Nashville, TN
November 1-3, 2013 in Ann Arbor, MI
Over 400 participants will converge in Ann Arbor, Michigan from November 1st - 3rd to share ideas, learn new skills, and look at issues affecting the cooperative movement world wide. Since 1977, NASCO's Cooperative Education & Training Institute has been widely recognized as one of the most important training and networking opportunities available to members, directors, staff and managers of housing cooperatives. The annual NASCO Institute is always a one-of-a-kind opportunity to network with hundreds of cooperative leaders and employers, to caucus about pressing issues, and to work on building an inclusive and accessible cooperative movement. Participants include student coopers and others who choose to continue the lifestyle after college.