CDC masthead.
  Early Roberts Creek meeting.


The complex product that is a cohousing community consists of two elements forged into a whole. This is often referred to as the two wings of the bird. One wing can be described as the tasks associated with creating the physical structure. The other is the process associated with creating the tangible aspects of authentic community. Both must be in balance to create a successful cohousing project.

CDC provides a broad range of services to meet the diverse needs of forming groups and groups in development. These can range from individual custom workshops to a full service contract.

Every group has somewhat different needs, so before committing to a workshop or other services CDC communicates with the group to clearly identify the services that are required. The fees vary depending on the services offered. Contact us directly if you would like more information.