Urban Habitat for the House-Free
|A house-free neighborhood will demonstrate:||
An established campus is to be:
Some Project Directions:
To establish the community model for a city wide eco-social shelter system.
To acquire an urban One Planet zoning determination as we await global commons arrangements to take form.
To achieve food
sovereignty through nearby neighborhood yardsharing
gardeners, CSA alliances,
city community gardens, co-operative
gleaning and urban
foraging initiatives, outlier bean
and grain farming and on-site aquaponics.
Building further upon the OccupyEugene camp experience of 2011, the House-Free Commons Project offers a dynamic social model that holistically meets the needs of the rising house-free sector of the houseless population.
Using permaculture principles and green nomadic skills each campus is to have a minimally built infrastructure consisting of the basic shared utilities required for safe group assembly and sustainable sanitation.
It is both an
immediate and deep, long-term solution.
The Commons offers great hope for the future, providing practical, effective forms of governance and resource management that can address the growing failures of both the fundamentalist market order and our centralized, hierarchical institutions.
you would like to see this happen in Eugene,