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Hello there

I'm looking to form a community for sustainable, off grid living. I'm looking at land in Colorado at the current stage.

I want to start small and build from there so starting on an acre of land seems reasonable.

Im looking for people who can bring their own structures(tents, rvs, teepee, etc.) and also people that can help with the following:

Hunting
Fishing
Growing food
Construction
Renewable engery
Alternative medicine
Artists, musicians, and craftsman
Healers, yoga, and meditation teachers


Free lifestyle with a consensus government

Please contact me if interested. Epok5763@yahoo.com
 
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