Living at Rooted Northwest means being part of a community that embraces land stewardship and human connection. We are passionate about the following values:
Autonomy with Shared Responsibility
Ecological Stewardship & Resilience
Participatory, Democratic Governance
What is cohousing?
Cohousing is an intentional community designed to foster connection. Physical spaces allow neighbors to easily interact with others just outside private homes, while common areas bring people together and collaborative decision-making builds relationships.
Each home has traditional amenities like a private entrance, full kitchen, and fenced yard. In addition, shared spaces feature a common house with a large kitchen and dining area, laundry, and recreational spaces. Shared outdoor spaces include gardens, storage sheds, and workshops. Our biggest shared space is the farmland, where families can opt to participate as occasional volunteers, in part-time ventures, or in full-time farming enterprises.
Learn more about the cohousing movement at cohousing.org.
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