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Community Living 2: Intentional Communities and Ecovillages

INTENTIONAL COMMUNITIES: “A group of people who live together or share common facilities and who regularly associate with each other on the basis of explicit common values.” – Foundation for Intentional Communities Whereas the intent of an intentional community can vary, the binding thread is common values. An intentional community can be any planned community designed from inception to

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Community Living 1: Co-Housing

Community is one of our core values at Infiniti and it’s at center of many things we do throughout the year. Last year Eva Otto gave a talk on Aging in Place. The talk was oriented toward seniors, many looking to avoid the eventual nursing home and to Age in Place in their home near

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4-Steps to Installing Salvaged Kitchen Cabinets

  4- Steps to Installing Salvaged Kitchen Cabinets    Kitchens are the most renovated room in the house. Countertops and cabinets turn over more often any other household fixtures. This ends up sending a lot of good material to the landfill or to the salvage store. At Seattle’s premier salvage store, Earthwise Salvage, they receive

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NOV 12th SAVE THE DATE: Finding the Balance: Restorative Development & Regenerative Design

Date: November 12 Location: Bullitt Center Call for RSVP: 206-235-6925 RSVP: wnsf.seattle@gmail.com  Bullitt Center Tour Begins at 5pm Panel Discussion from 6-7pm Wine and Refreshments served All Welcome ~ Tickets $10 Join leading women in the green building profession to discuss how technology, innovation, and shifts in values are reshaping the framework of sustainability. Explore

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Co-Hollow: Building Community in Lake City

PART OF THE GREEN HOME TOUR COME VISIT – SATURDAY 4/30/16  11am – 5pm  Working towards a common goal to live well and build community In today’s increasingly hot real estate environment, looking for alternatives to single family home buying is a must. Many families are getting priced out of stand-alone single family homes and

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