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Seeking people to form a commune in Michigan

 
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Hi, I'm looking to form a group based on equality, respect for nature, and a focus on future generations. I think it's best to get together and conspire first, and then buy the land.
 
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Are you thinking lower MI or the UP?  I'm not personally able to join you but I figured that distinction could help people know if they're interested.  I vote for the UP
 
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Thanks, Mike. I'm in Northern Lower Michigan, Arenac County, by the Saginaw Bay. I don't want to go much further south probably. Other than that, I'm flexible.
 
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