Bozeman Cohousing project moves closer to reality by Nora Shelly describes how Bozeman Cohousing is planning to start construction in the fall of 2021 and as member Marci explains ““It’s like a potluck that went right instead of a potluck that ended up with all dessert”.
Bozeman Cohousing featured in Cohousing Solution’s February Newsletter for “flying through the stages of development and are on track for a 2022 move in”.
Bozeman City Commission signals support for new apartment building type by Nora Shelly describes how Bozeman Cohousing changed the zoning code to allow us to build our amazing atrium that connects the common house to eight of our homes supporting aging-in-place and providing a warm place to gather and grow food.
Bozeman Cohousing featured in Edible Bozeman for our communities values of growing and sharing food to build community.
Bozeman Cohousing featured in Cohousing Solution’s October Newsletter for the model our future cohousing kids built out of magnatiles.
Bozeman Cohousing was able to provide a safe place for three horses displaced by the Bridger Foothills Fire. We are grateful to have been able to share our property and support the needs of our community during this very difficult time. Learn more.
Bozeman Cohousing featured in Cohousing Solution’s July Newsletter for our picnics on our property that connect current members, prospective members, and even visitors from other cohousing communities.
Bozeman Cohousing members Erik Bonnett and Mark Owkes talk with Tom and Shane on KMMS
Montana’s first co-housing project settles land purchase in Bozeman, by Gaby Krevat
Bozeman City Commission reviews cohousing annexation project, by Gaby Krevat
Bozeman Cohousing gains ground by Abby Lynes
Group planning to bring cohousing to Bozeman by Abby Lynes