David Michael wrote:Hi Sunflower,
We're all about helping each other. I'm not exactly sure what to say about what we are looking for other than good people. I can tell you we consider extremism of any kind to be uncomfortable. For example, many here might frown on my use of machinery. I'd rather not burn more fuel and chew up the ground to build infrastructure, but I can't possibly do it alone and it would be very difficult and time consuming to do it even with many hands. I love nature and I intend to live in harmony with nature, but not to the extreme that I believe Nature Must Not Be Disturbed. We can cooperate with nature just like we can cooperate with other people and smooth the road ahead. I hope this helps, and please do ask questions. If you'd rather communicate off-line, send me a message.
David Michael wrote:... I must say though, that I'm surprised at how many people contact me but then never respond again. Please give me some feedback! Am I saying something to put you off?
David Michael wrote:Thank you so much Annie for your kind and encouraging words. We just thought the world was full of people looking for an opportunity like this, all we needed to do was connect. We've been trying for years! You would think the current geopolitical and environmental unrest would spur even more interest. What does "bump the post" mean?
Ashley Rang wrote:Hi David!
I recently moved to East Tennessee and am looking to connect with other like-minded folks. I grew up ranching a little in Washington and have been traveling and brewing beer the past 10 years or so. I'd like to get more into sustainable agriculture, and if you're looking for a helping hand still, please let me know! I'm not afraid of hard work, and hate burning fossil fuels unnecessarily as well
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