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My girlfriend and I are moving to Missoula in May and wondering if anyone has a lead on a rental? Preferably one with some land and space to garden. Our budget is around 1k/month but cheaper/work trade would be great. We are wildlife biologists and I'll be going to grad school at UM. Thanks. If this is the wrong forum for this inquiry please direct me to the right one.
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Welcome to the forums, Connor! This is the perfect forum to post in.

I hope you find a lovely place to call home while in grad school.
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Hi there. Welcome to Permies. I have a three bedroom one bath unit coming up for rent here as soon as this week for about your price range. It’s on a 6 acre homestead a little outside of town and I make the daily commute for work. We practice permaculture and will be doing lots of gardening this season. I am also in grad school. Call me at 4o6-239- 8O2eight.
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