Village Development Plan: One Community Open Source Infrastructure Update

margin: 0px 5px;” title=”One Community Earthbag Village Development Plan” alt=”earthbag village, One Community Pod 1, village development plan, One Community village development” src=”×300.jpg” width=”185″ height=”185″ />”>Our ” title=”One Community Open Source Blueprint Page” href=””>open source“> village development plan continues to move forward. We made significant progress last week on the ” title=”Earthbag Sustainable Village Construction: One Community […]

One Community Launches National Volunteer Campaign and Other Updates

One Community is happy to announce that we have launched a national nonprofit volunteer campaign in preparation for the release of our open source collaborative portal, to assist with our swiftly developing education program, and our on-going infrastructure details. In addition to world change, helping One Community comes with a lot of personal, business, and industry […]

One Community Welcomes Luis Rincon to the SEGO Center City Hub Infrastructure Team

One Community is happy to welcome Civil Engineer Luis Rincon to the SEGO Center City Hub team. Luis is a Civil Engineering graduate from California State University with a minor in Psychology. Coming from a family of farmers greatly influenced and shaped Luis’ beliefs of shared responsibility for the common good. Because of his care for others, he […]

Website Updates!

We’re happy to share that we continue to respond to feedback from those following our project on areas needing clarification and/or simplification. On top of all the infrastructure progress we are making, this is leading to significant updates to both this website and reinvention of our sister site as the One Community Overview Website: Three […]

Center of Peace Eco-Hot Tub and Natural Pool Design Progress Update and Pictures

The SEGO Center City Hub will arguably be One Community’s most important buildings and is purposed to demonstrate cutting-edge sustainability, to function as the community recreation center, dining hall, and laundry facility, and to offer a green-luxury option to donors, major eco-investors, VIPs, or anyone else that might not feel like they are initially ready to […]

"In order to change an existing paradigm you do not struggle to try and change the problematic model.

You create a new model and make the old one obsolete. That, in essence, is the higher service to which we are all being called."
~ Buckminster Fuller ~