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Permie opportunity in Sweet, Idaho

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Location: Boise, Idaho
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A buddy is buying 40 acres in Sweet, Idaho 50 miles north of Boise. Currently it’s horse and cattle grazing, wheel line irrigated off a main irrigation ditch. Plans to put in a tiny home and deck for a porch. Looking for someone to live on the land and develop the land into an example of permaculture living.  The local community, and over the hill in the Boise valley, is ripe for moving toward sustainable living - so this would be a great opportunity for raising and selling crops, animals and meat, and contracting to build rocket heaters, solar dehydrators, etc., and consult on other properties. Landowner is flexible on implementation and partnership arrangements (business partners, share cropping, etc.). This would be really cool. Winters are fairly mild; brand new Restaurant and butcher shop just opened within walking distance (in the middle of 30 acres) that will be hosting a farmers market.
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hi Jane, i'll be happy to chat with him and share  more info this is my email:
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