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As of right now it’s a blank slate.
144acres. 1.5 miles along lost creek.
Ponds, bluffs, a river, and numerous streams.

Grafted a few dozen pear scions on wild pears earlier this last month when I finally closed on this place.
Tons of trees in pots that I’ve grown out and/or grafted.  Planting soon.

Hardwoods, pastures, and planted pines.

Fencing pasture land for grass fed cattle this summer.


I’m open to hear any/all arrangements.

The only terms that are concrete are that the land is not for sale and no illegal drugs.
I’d prefer if you’ve had a semi active account on permies for 6+ months.

You tell me. What you want.

Examples.  Work trade? Business partners?
Just a place to chill for a summer/ winter?

Want to start a regen/ permaculture based business?

Plant nursery, grass fed/ forest fed livestock, Airbnb rentals, and Agro tourism.

These are some of the things I’m up for.

Throw offers this way.

Lack of access to land to farm/ homestead/do permaculture is a myth.
Lack of access to land in some cool trendy city so you can hang out isn’t my problem.


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600sqft covered porch of main house.
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Small stream on property.
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Lost creek
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One of the bluffs near the river
 
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Where are you?
 
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Huxley Harter wrote:Where are you?

carbon hill, Alabama.
 
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Purple Martin gourds in the front pastures.
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Front pasture
Front pasture
 
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Part of my growing cattle herd are 100% wagyu.

The rest are a mish mash of black angus, charolais, and simmental.

Slowly and steadily thinning the under growth of the new 5-8 acre paddocks and limbing trees up as high has the tractor will reach.



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New wagyu bull calf
 
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