What we do

We build and manage communities by bringing people together, with a strong emphasis on sustainability. As human impact and climate change bring about humongous and seemingly insurmountable challenges, we urgently need to pause. Breathe. Think. We simply need to adapt sustainable living practices. Changes are possible. Deeper connections with the land can be forged. Living better is a sensible option.

COMMUNITIES

We build communities based on coming together of common interests, ideas and shared visions.

NATURE FRIENDLY DESIGN

Environmentally conscious design and processes with low-footprint homes.

LOCAL SOURCING

Tighter control, reduced supply chain complexities and cost, boosting local economy.

FOOD WATER ENERGY

Our philosophy and processes incorporate long-term food, water & energy efficiency.

25000

TREES PLANTED

75

HAPPY CUSTOMERS

3

LOCATIONS

300+

ACRES

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OUR COLLECTIVES

Since bootstrapping our first community in 2016, we are seeing an ever-increasing interest in living better, including growing one's own food. We are now building our 3rd collective.

TAMARIND VALLEY COLLECTIVE

Located in Thagathy village (Tamil Nadu), about 90 kms from Bengaluru, the Tamarind Valley Collective is being built on the principles of permaculture.

Incorporating cluster housing, 50 members are now part of this fully subscribed 90+ acres farming collective. In the last 3+ years, we have converted an over-grazed, dry land into a diverse resilient zone. We have seen a significant increase in the water table, and species diversity. A large number of native & other plants and trees are now growing here. A wide variety of grains, vegetables are being harvested sustainably.

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ROSE VALLEY FARMING COLLECTIVE

The Rose Valley Farming Collective is a 110+ acre farm among hills, valleys and natural lakes, near Thally, (Tamil Nadu), about 65 kms from Bengaluru.

Centred around sustainable organic farming & living, a total of 40 units of 1.5, 2.5 and 5 acre options, with stunning views, are available. The farmland will be jointly planned, managed as a single large farm, with farm returns accruing from the 3rd year onwards. Low-footprint, village-style housing units start from 700 sqft in size, with options to extend this to a 2 or 3 bhk unit. In addition to a sustainable and better quality of life, the farm is being built on the principles of agro-forestry and is designed to start yielding fruits and other returns from the 3rd year onwards.

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TIJARA HERITAGE COLLECTIVE

The Tijara Heritage Collective is located in the Aravalli range near the Tijara Fort, about 100 kms from central Delhi.

Planned to be an agro-forestry farm, it will have numerous native and other trees, food forests and water management structures. Energy will be designed for a minimal, optimal need and met through a blend of grid and solar power, with future extensibility planned for. 2 and 5 bigha unit options with low-footprint village style houses are available.

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Rose Valley Collective

How It Works

We build communities based on coming together of common interests, ideas and shared visions.

Step 1
    WeCommunities is an enabler in setting up these community collectives. We bootstrap the coming together of an initial seed group for a community to take off. We identify a region/possible location where the collective can come up. The formation of the seed group helps in gauging the interest in setting up the collective.
Step 2
    Once a predetermined number of people form the seed group within a fixed time frame, the next phase of the collective is initiated. Unit size, number of units, price range and other details are chalked out. Ideas and inputs from the seed group help in initiating the design and process steps of the collective. Once all the due diligence and legal parameters are completed, the collective is formally launched and is opened for other members.

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