Rediscover Your People

Our world is made up of communities and we LOVE sharing info about some of the really awesome ones we’ve come across over the years. No matter where you’re from or where you’re going, there’s always a place for you in this world – so if you’re searching for a community that’s right for you, let TimeSpaceOne help you discover what all the world has to offer you!

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Come stay with us! We’re on AirBnB and ready to host you for your visit to Pittsburgh!

We’re so excited to share the news that the Pittsburgh area is FINALLY going to get its own EcoVillage! The Rachel Carson EcoVillage will be located on the Eden Hall Campus of Chatham University’s Falk School of Sustainability in Gibsonia (only 30 min. from downtown!) and we’re looking for members to join the community!

For more info on other communities in the US and around the world check out:

US Cohousing

Foundation for Intentional Community

Global Ecovillage Network

Some of our favorites (which we’ll highlight periodically) are:

Mount Hood Tiny House Village (Oregon)

Eco Truly Park (Peru)

Free and Real (Greece)

Pole Star Gardens (Colorado)

Locally, Pittsburgh is rockin’ an AMAZING amount of communities (90 in fact!) and Discover the Burgh has made it their job to help you get to at least one cool spot in each of our 90 neighborhoods via their guide….so check it out and get exploring today to see what fun awaits you in the Steel City!

While it may be a lot to take in the diversity of neighborhoods throughout Pittsburgh, if you’re looking for something more specific we have some suggestions you may not have heard about that are listed here – check back as the list will change periodically.

The Black Urban Gardeners and Farmers Cooperative of Pittsburgh (BUGS FCP) “revives and continues the tradition of black farmers begun after Emancipation in the 1860’s. It imparts the gardening and agricultural skills many people in the community have to others to keep that tradition alive.”

It addresses the dire food desert problem in many majority-black communities by making fresh food available to people who have limited transportation options. It does this with the biweekly BUGS farmers market and monthly free food distribution in partnership with 412 Food Rescue. The market is in Homewood for now, but BUGS is planning a second market in Uptown/Soho next year. The farmers markets include cooking demonstrations so people can learn new ways to prepare the food they buy, whether they are beginners or experienced cooks.

The markets also hold talks on various social justice themes, such as the impacts of gentrification and increasing economic opportunity in the black community. In this way, the cooperative can keep tabs on developments and issues in the community. That they have a good time doing all of this, too. Music, dance, and art are a part of every farmers market. To join or get more info you can email them at

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