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With the sky-rocketing housing costs, fracturing of community, and lack of nature connection, an increasing number of people are searching for alternatives. In response, new alternatives are emerging, with well-established communities experiencing increased interest. Living cooperatively involves a range of skills and attributes we have lost within nuclear families often living away from family and friends. This course explores the skills and attributes required to share and live with others

This group-format workshop will explore

• opportunities and challenges of living in community

• multi-generational living

• values, skills and attributes needed to share and live with others in community

• community structures and resilience, and governance,

• balancing relationships and individuality

• entitlements, duties and responsibilities of community living.

PRESENTER

Peter Cock is a co-designer and founder of Moora Moora, which was established in 1974. His work has included teaching ecopsychology, conserver society, entering the ecological world, warriorship, social and sacred ecology. Working in an academic role, with strong creative thinking and verbal skills, while struggling with dyslexia, equipped Peter to see limitations as an encouragement to cooperate. His approach to facilitated learning is focused on designing processes for direct experience and reflection within Country and with a small human group of participants.

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WHEN

Sat 26 / Feb 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Where

Moora Moora Co-op Community
109 Moora Road, Mount Toolebewong, VIC 3777 United States

Cost

FULL TICKET: $95
Concession TICKET: $75

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