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Ivy B.


Tustin, CA

Member since:

November 28, 2011

What makes you interested in intentional living?

I've lived at East Wind, which is a member of the Federation of Intentional Community for years, then a group of us left with the idea of starting another rural-ish community based more on consensus rather than simple democracy ... it was basically an urban collective. I'm interested mainly because it seems the 'norm' that's been developed is disenfranchising for people. Have you visited any of the Missouri intentional communities? perhaps Terra Nova in Columbia? [those are my peeps]

What do you have to contribute?

Experience. Enthusiasm.


Hi there! I am currently in California, taking care of my mother. But, this will end in a few months [give or take] and I'll be returning to Missouri. I lived @ a FIC East Wind 82-89; then moved with group to Columbia 89-04. Still interested.

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