Christy

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East Bay Cohousing - Berkeley/Oakland/Emeryville/SF http://photos2.meetupstatic.com/photos/event/d/c/5/2/global_303296402.jpeg 20031022
Berkeley, CA 94704

Location:

Alameda, CAUSA 94501
Hometown: Montrose, CA

Member since:

November 27, 2009

Introduction

This seems like a different angle on urban living; maybe I will find a niche sooner, while doing the "J-O-B",or later, upon retirement, to live somewhere that I could do some serious food gardening and share the bounty?

How did you hear about East Bay Cohousing?

Through ads in the East Bay Express

What does Cohousing mean to you?

Something in between a shared roof and an independent roof. I think it means a smaller independent place built close to others in the same co-housing community. Reducing resource use is part of it as well I believe.

What's most likely: Rent, Buy, Share, Build, Co-create?

For now: rent--have decent earnings, but not money set aside to buy and not handy with a hammer! 10 years away from retirement, but not sure where I want to do that. I have strong skills and experience in Biointensive gardening.

Where are you most interested in living?

In the Oakland or Berkeley hills, or withing walking distance of BART. I would also live in the flatlands if there is large garden space for vegetable gardening, fruit trees etc.

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  • Marty Maskall

    East Bay Cohousing - Berkeley/Oakland/Emeryville/SF

    We've reserved a spot for you on the Nov 10th site tour of Folsom EcoHousing. I recommend wearing long pants and sturdy shoes (tennis shoes are fine) because we'll be walking on grass, and there are some foxtails. If you need to reach me at the last minute, my cell phone is [masked]. What is your phone number? -- Marty Maskall

    Nov 04, 2012 2:13 PM
  • Raines Cohen

    East Bay Cohousing - Berkeley/Oakland/Emeryville/SF

    Don't worry about your lack of skills with a hammer, Christy - mostly we partner with professional developers to co-create communities, and your Biointensive gardening can be very valuable in building landscape for a sustainable community. We look forward to seeing you at some of our upcoming meetings.

    Dec 01, 2009 9:49 AM

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