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Offering to Provide Help on Other People's Homesteads

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Hi there! My fiancé and I are able bodied folks in our late twenties and are looking for some homesteaders that would like some help! We do have four dogs that we would like to take along , they are great at keeping critters away from the garden and bigger animals away from the home! We are experienced at living off grid and are passionate about leading a sustainable lifestyle. We would like to learn and help in any way possible! The more remote and intense weather is preferred! We like to go where a “city slicker” couldn’t survive. Please email me with any questions or opportunities you may know of!
Jade and Joey
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