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Looking for anyone interested in starting an Ecovillage/Intentional Community in AR or Mo Ozarks

 
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I am listing this ad to see if there is anyone interested in joining together to start an Ecovillage/Intentional Community in the Northern Arkansas or Missouri Ozarks.  Please feel free to comment or message me and we can go from there.
 
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Geno Shrt wrote:I am listing this ad to see if there is anyone interested in joining together to start an Ecovillage/Intentional Community in the Northern Arkansas or Missouri Ozarks.  Please feel free to comment or message me and we can go from there.



We've been trying to find people for the same reason for quite awhile without luck. We're down near Branson and have land adjacent to Mark Twain National Forest near Hercules Glade Wilderness. Do you already have a place or are you just looking for people and planning to buy something together. PM me and we can talk if you are interested in possibly joining forces. (You may want to check out some of my posts on this topic first.)
 
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