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Sherry F.


San Francisco, CA

Member since:

June 5, 2013

How did you hear about East Bay Cohousing?

From a Co-housing Conference I attended at International House in Berkeley some years ago.

What does Cohousing mean to you?

The opportunity to share ideas, talents, creations in a broader forum for more effective community organizing around my core concerns for sustainable local economy, and to participate in developing a more effective political voice regarding climate change solutions. I consider co-housing a progressive response to suburban blight, and a serious way to restore community among individuals working together to build from the grass roots their vision for a way of life not dictated by distant corporate agendas. When I was a student at UC Berkeley I was a resident of the Student Coop for 2 years, [masked]), which influenced my current interest in resuming a cooperative living environment.

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

I plan to buy, perhaps co-create.

Where are you most interested in living?

The East Bay Oakland, Berkeley, to Richmond, and am open to other locations too. I start with the East Bay because it is the most familiar to me, as a resident of Berkeley (40 years), and now Richmond, (17 years).


I am a retired health inspector from Marin Co. interested in co-housing as part of a well-rounded social life. My activity is Transition Town Albany, Richmond Progressive Alliance, Urban Farming. I see a live/work community as ideal.

What Sherry F. is saying about this Meetup Group

One of the co-founders of EBCOHO, Betsy Morris, walks the talk on co-creating conscious, well-intentioned harmony for future co-housemates. I learn something valuable at every meeting I have attended when Betsy speaks.

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