The UC Davis Domes, also known as Baggins End, are a community of 26 UCD students living in a village of 14 fiberglass domes. Two people live in each dome. Although each dome has its own kitchen and bathroom, the Domies share meals together a few times a week. It is a great example of a student cohousing community in a low density setting.
"Save the Domes!" follows the story of how the Domes almost got shut down in 2011, how the Domies rallied the greater community of co-opers and cohousers to lobby for saving the Domes; and organized hundreds of people to make repairs and renovations. Also inside are photos of life at the domes and information on how the domes are run.
You can read the story online, download a free PDF of the story, photos, and other info, or order a hard copy from Amazon.
Here's some pages from "Save the Domes":