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The Teardown. BY Oshea Gresham. POPULATIONS. Members are children and adults None members residents Open to new members . Land And Building. The land is urban Area is 0.013 acres and 0.0 hecteres Land owned by individual community members The number of residents 1 and no cohousing no.

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the teardown

The Teardown

BY Oshea Gresham

populations
POPULATIONS

Members are children and adults

None members residents

Open to new members

land and building
Land And Building

The land is urban

Area is 0.013 acres and 0.0 hecteres

Land owned by individual community members

The number of residents 1 and no cohousing no

government
Government

The decision is made by consensus

Their isn’t an identified leader

There isn’t an leadership core

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Food

Precentage of food grown 1-5%

Share community meals ;1 time a week

Dietary choice restrictions

Dietary practice

Alcohol use for meds only no underage drinking

Tobacco use somking out side only

labor and money
Labor And Money

FINANCIAL Style

Open to new members with prexsiting debt

Labor contribution

Regular fees

social factors
Social Factors

Common spiritual

No practices

Educational styles

Other (none of use are children)