Shows cooperative (collective) farming programs and rural communities sponsored by the New Deal. A woman works next to a tent. Two girls sit on a blanket with a dog and baby. A hand dials an old rotary telephone, and a man fixes sound devices. A farmer works a plow pulled by horses. Two men cut planks of wood. An aerial shot of a rural community in Woodlake, East Texas is seen, followed by a drawing of men building a house with logs. Intertitles read “Building the new communities.” Horses and men haul logs, then lumber is moved on a railroad track cart. Men build a house with a ladder then paint it. Men also make hen’s nests. Farmers work in corn fields and inspect the crops. A barbed wire fence is seen, then large stacks of firewood are shown. A barn loft is filled with hay.