A community cooperative in Jackson, Mississippi is using a design from the Open Building Institute to create homes for the "Ewing Street Eco-Village Pilot Project, which entails regenerating the land with a permaculture based landscaping redesign and the installation of our first digitally fabricated housing and communal facilities." The project is designed to take back zones susceptible to , and thus give the community back to the people. It is "anchored by a network of cooperatives and worker-owned, democratically self-managed enterprises."

Cooperation Jackson, as it's called, has some lofty goals ahead; you can read more at

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