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    There is a 5 acre parcel being stewarded by tribe. The vision is creating an off-grid tribe/village. Yes, completely OFF-GRID.
    The first buildings are being designed and built now. The only electricity is solar. We collect artisan water at local wells.
    We are connected to a greater community of Earth and Water protectors, farmers, hippies, and spiritual guides and friends. We are building a small world of our own to practice our own culture and raise our families in harmony.
    We are looking for new friends and family to live and build with. Someone willing to put in work can live rent free with food for basic meals provided, and a 50$ a week stipend to save or spend. There is work available at 15$ hour doing landscape and tree service.
    At-least one day per week is designated for fun/recreation like going to a waterfall or the ocean. Tuition is offered for martial arts training and dance events. We host small events at the Sanctuary and attend larger events and festivals frequently.
    We are seeking people who want to be part of a culture that is invested in Earth care, healing, martial arts, nature preservation, sustainability, and art. If this sounds like something you'd like to be a part of, send a message introducing yourself.
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