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Natural Builder and Permi Family looking for our new natural home in Santa Fe, NM area!  RSS feed

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Hello Fellow Permies,

My wife and I met at the International Permaculture Convergence in London close to 4 years ago now. It has been a truly epic permi love story! We are parents to an amazing little human, who is a little over 2 and just learned how to say "Permaculture Farm". Our journey together has taken us to many places, and on many intense adventures. And we are just getting started!

We are transitioning from California to New Mexico by June. I will be joining a great Natural Building firm there, and am really excited about this next step for all of us.

BUT!! We still need to find our home!

Craigslist is just really not reliable for natural built or soulful homes these days. So I thought about reaching out to the community on here to see if anyone local had any good leads or ideas.

We would love a natural built home, with healthy materials. In a wild mountain country setting. Somewhere in the mountains just north of Santa Fe, is our dream. Tesuque, Pojoaque area.
We are also open and interested in temporary landing spots just to get there and arrive for a month or two until we find that house. Open to Permaculture farms with cabins/houses for rent as well.

If anyone knows of anything please let us know.

With so much Gratitude!

Austin, Juli and Ozya
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Howdy Austin, welcome to permies!  Not sure what your budget looks like but at least you can have some fun looking at some of the homes listed at Landwatch.

On the left hand side you can pick different prices and amount of land to narrow the search if tou want.
Why does your bag say "bombs"? The reason I ask is that my bag says "tiny ads" and it has stuff like this:
3 Plant Types You Need to Know: Perennial, Biennial, and Annual
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