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Walnut St. Co-op is a social change oriented cooperative household in Eugene, Oregon. In September 2000 we moved into a large, rambling house together, seeking to build community. As housemates, that means eating dinner together, sharing chores, attending house meetings, and fulfilling a basic commitment to resolving any conflicts that arise. Over time we’re finding that our friendships are deepening, and a shared vision is emerging based on creating shifts in society toward dialogue, reflection, and integration of diverse viewpoints.

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  1. October 29, 2012 8:03 AM

    I just came across your blog. My family and some very close friends have a vision of a community. We have just found (not looking it just showed up) a perfect piece of property with 3 dwellings and all the things we need … are are trying to see about financing. Your blog is inspiring!

  2. Penny Tyrrell permalink
    February 23, 2013 2:14 PM

    Dear Walnut St. Co-op,
    I am writing to you from the OG Corner Market, at 295 River Rd. and I wanted to let you and your friends know that we have some AWESOME deals on local organic carrots right now- perfect for a shared household! If anyone likes to juice, or just eats crisp, sweet delicious carrots, come visit us, or check out our facebook page at “OG corner market…we also have an abundance of other local organic produce, mostly from Sweetleaf farm and we love to do bulk deals…we would also be happy to do wholesale and deliveries for a $50 minimum purchase…Cheers!
    OG Corner Market

  3. Doug Graves-Chaffin permalink
    December 17, 2013 5:31 PM

    Hi I’m Doug. do you have any room for me? I would like to talk to you about your co-op. feel free to write me and maybe we can talk on the phone about your home in more detail.

    • January 8, 2014 12:24 PM

      Hi, Doug.

      I’ll send you an email about it. As of now we do have an upcoming vacancy for approximately nine months. If you’re interested, we’ll need to interview you and have you over for dinner (assuming you’re in town. Otherwise, we can arrange a Skype session or something).

      –Zoe

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