Author: Judith Bernstein

Judith Bernstein moved from Oregon to California’s Central Coast in order to try life in cohousing at Oak Creek Commons in Paso Robles. She has many interests: the arts, writing about environmental preservation and sustainability issues, photography, and caring for cats at the local humane society. In addition to writing fiction and poetry, she works as a consultant for nonprofit organizations, focusing on fundraising and communications.

Articles by Judith Bernstein include:

  • Unto the Second Generation (Issue # 152)

Unto the Second Generation

Posted on September 7, 2011 by

When a cohousing group’s honeymoon ends, and economic stress dictates selling units to any willing buyers, can a community’s core values and connections endure?