Types of Communities

Small Town

5,000 or less 

People find small town life appealing within its definition, a small population. Residents of small towns often come together through local community ties by way of practicing the same religion or sporting activities.

Mid-Size City

100,000 - 500,000

Composed of an inclusive economic culture while bridging the gap between the rural and urban divide, mid-sized cities brim with potential to grow, but often encase under one million in its population.

Small City

50,000 - 100,000

This medium-sized urban community is held together by a diverse group of people with a similar background/purpose for living in the area. College towns are often an example of a small city. 

Large City

500,000 - 1.5 million or more

This sprawling urban community holds all the cards when it comes to largest population size and depth of variety when it comes to cultural influences. Large cities attract people from every part of the world.  

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Cultural Communities

Farming Community

Out of the 266,989,119 people living in the United States only 10,679,564.76 people belong to the agriculture community. Farming is not only a means of income but a way of life. Early mornings, endless chores, and hard but satisfying work is the revolving door of a farmer’s life. Farming families typically partake in small town culture. Agriculture is truly a community affair. During rest periods, farmers would come into the homestead to stay warm or grab something to eat.

Artist Community

Whether you make the best greeting cards in the office, paint the walls of your apartment in a multi-colored craze, have a collection individually named succulents, or capture amazing photos with your iPhone, you are an artist. Life is an art form, and we all find our way of expression in vastly different ways. And yet, we as a collective are all in it together. An art commune is a communal living situation or commune where collective art is produced as a function of the group’s activities. Today’s art communes are a mix of artists, drifters, collectivists, activists, dadaists, and hangers on.

International Community

With globalization having made its full sweep throughout the world, everyone is connected through the Internet, instant messaging, fast-paced travel, and other kinds of technology that helps keep us connected. While we may reside in different countries with varying cultures, people have made friends with others through this tech and the intricate yet simple similarities humans share with one another.

Environmental Community

All human issues are deeply connected, and our understanding, appreciation, and responses to the environment, per se, are going to be the test of the young generation. Over the past few years, protests to stop and reduce climate change have skyrocketed, bringing together environmentally like-minded people via an international platform.

Business Community

Economic development and small businesses are the trailblazers of the economy by creating job opportunities, providing goods and services, and facilitating commerce.

Plant Based Community

A supportive community can be the key to success in transitioning to a whole- food, plant-based diet. Through the Pod Network, people work together to spread the message of plant- based nutrition in their communities, as well as have fun & build friendships.

Digital Community

 The digital community — otherwise known as the internet community — is a group of people with a shared interest or purpose who use the internet to communicate.Ever expanding technology systems are quickly making old methods of communication and brand management redundant. Rapid changes are also bringing to the forefront new ways of engaging businesses with clientele.

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