An intentional community is a group of people or families who live transformatively together and who cooperatively create services. The degree of coexistence and teamwork is higher than in other types of communities.
The members of an intentional community usaully share certain values, just like a social and political common vision.
They also share daily responsibilities and resources.
There are a big variety of types of intentional communities, each with their own degree of implication and structure, such as ecovillages, co-housings or ashrams.
Vidàlia is an ecovillage. It’s established in the old industrial mill town Cal Vidal, in the municipality of Puig-reig (Catalonia, Spain).
An ecovillage is an intentional small-scale community that pursues social, ecological and economic sustainability. Its principles are based on respect for nature, the use of renewable energy, food and economic sustainability, recycling and the use of ecological building materials based on bioconstruction.
One of the treasures of Vidàlia is the coexistence with the historic neighbors of the mill town. Most of whom have worked in the factory and know the history and secrets of the life in the village.
Som part del projecte Singulars 2019 i el Programa Treball i Formació
ESPAI DE VIDA, SCCL
LA VIDALENCA, SCCL