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Separately, Abe N?J, 41, of East Orange, has also been on a mission for several decades to build an intentional community, but with a more radical vision. Gruswitz is committed to social justice.

He tyere to create two multiethnic communes, one in Newark and one on a farm in northwest New Jersey.

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All property would be shared, down to the food theer every refrigerator. Welzer, 68, and Gruswitz are the latest in a long line of New Jersey utopians.

In fact, the Garden State ranks behind only California in the number of utopian efforts it has spawned, says Perdita Buchan, author of Utopia, New Jersey: North American Phalanx, established in in Colts Neck, was a secular utopian commune modeled on the ideas of a French philosopher named Charles Fourier; it was damaged by fire 11 years later. A third high-profile community, Stelton, are there any INTENTIONAL COMMUNITIES in NJ? the Piscataway outpost of the Modern School, an educational experiment founded by New York City anarchists, Emma Goldman among.

They hold monthly meetings at the community farmhouse—one household, one vote—and tyere traditions of bonfires, potlucks and a Halloween parade. Modern utopians are stuck seeking financial backing from idealists, not necessarily the most flush population.

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They must also deal with a slew of legal and zoning nay. She struggles with bureaucrats who incorrectly want to lump in Free Acres with homeowner associations. One of the tenets of co-housing communities, especially ones that favor a small carbon footprint, is density.

People attracted to co-housing communities want to live closer together, leaving cars on the perimeter. They seek to preserve large tracts of undeveloped land for the community to enjoy.

But high-density communities are generally frowned upon these days by zoning boards and local politicians, who fear an influx of school-age children, says developer George Vallone, president of Hoboken Brownstone Co. Then again, in a broad sense, the iin concept is not entirely uncommon. As Welzer points out, many over communities are built around a clubhouse, providing social activities and, often, meals.

Take care of aby grounds, community and each. Would-be EcoVillage residents share proposals after a recent pot-luck dinner. From left: But an ideal location is also essential.

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The Camden option had an intriguing ring of practicality, as it involved an already-proposed housing development, with the idea that one of its subdevelopments could be built to the specs of the EcoVillagers. Unfortunately, members of the group—mainly from North Jersey—had little interest in the South Jersey location.

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Larry White, 62, a theatrical stagehand who lives in Englewood, emerged late last year as a new leader of the EcoVillage movement. The Eden he hopes to create has its roots in the tight-knit neighborhoods of Chicago, where he grew up. The election of Donald Are there any INTENTIONAL COMMUNITIES in NJ? in lit a fire under White. He turned his focus to EcoVillage New Jersey. At the end of a very long meeting in December, White stood up like the son of a preacher he is and exhorted the group.

Despite his efforts, only about a dozen people showed up at the meeting; another handful joined by videoconference.

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After the obligatory potluck lunch, White distributed the commitment letters. For almost an hour, Zelin tried to broker a deal with the third holdout.

As they struggled with the terms, it was possible to imagine them as delegates to the Constitutional Convention laboring to thread the needle of compromise.