Long time reader of the forums but this is my first post.
My wife, daughter 11 yo, son 9 yo and myself, have decided to make a new home somewhere else to experience something new.
We have been practicing sustainable agriculture, for the lack of better terms, for the past decade. I decided to leave the working world to embrace our new decision.
We are searching for just about anywhere in the world that we are able to stay legally. Australia would be a fantasy come true but we can't stay past a normal tourist visa.
We can go anywhere in North/South America and Europe as we either have citizenship or can obtain residency fairly easily. Maybe other areas but I haven't researched them much.
We are financially independent and ready to do some work.
If anyone has suggestions for us, we'd love to hear about them.
Hi Jimmy, Coweeta Heritage Center/Talking Rock Farm is looking for members to help start an Intentional community. I've posted several times here. I'm listed on IC.org for additional info or see my posts here. Paul
posted 1 month ago
Thanks for the replies.
Paul I found your place on IC.
I'd be interested in speaking with you.
I'll send you a message with my email.
posted 1 month ago
Thanks Jimmy, I look forward to hearing from you. Paul
8th Life Panama is looking for co-founders for our EcoVillage project in Panama. http://8thLifePanama.org and we're also on IC. We have a 9br guest house (operates as a hostel & serves as our co-working/co-living space) that is 30min from our land where we're currently working on the food forest and pioneer camp.
We're creating one of the many alternatives that need to exist if humans are to survive on this planet. Check out our website & if it speaks to you - REACH OUT.
Have 3 Eco villages in NM az and wi, start in NM and have later choice to move between, ownership and pay available, need all skills, have poultry, fish, microgreens, gardens, solar, housing, etc in place or being installed. Tom tw505athotmaildotcom
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