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Amherst, MA
Hometown: Amherst

Member since:

October 20, 2012

How did you hear about cohousing?

About 22 years ago I attended a presentation by Chuck Durrett and Katie McCamant here in Amherst.

What is your connection to community, if any? Which neighborhoods have you visited/toured/lived in/co-created?

I've lived in Pioneer Valley Cohousing for 18 years, visited about 20 coho communities, and have provided group process training and planning assistance to a handful of cohousing groups.

What are you seeking in community: particular towns/neighborhoods, building types, community sizes, focusses?

I want to help establish new communities with a focus on the interests and needs of active older adults - late 40s and beyond


As a founding member & resident of Amherst's Pioneer Valley Cohousing, I see cohousing is a creative strategy to create vibrant, sustainable communities. I'm a Senior Cohousing facilitator hoping to help boomers launch new communities in New England

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