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Western WA State (PNW)- Permaculture Farm Homestead/Intentional Community

 
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Hello! We would love to introduce ourselves! We are Wayne & Heidi Sandall.  We have been in search of a new way of living for a couple years now, exploring different models for intentional communities, networking with people doing this very thing, figuring out what works and what doesn't, and praying for direction. We are Christians, and believe that the Lord has a plan for our lives, as well as, our world. We don't have all the answers... we don't have land yet.... But we want to put this out there and see if there are any other humans that are like-minded who want to share in our dream!
So here we go... Some of the basics that we are looking for in a community: Our Vision.
30-50 acres of land in Snohomish/Skagit County. Permaculture farm homestead.  Multi-generational community. Each family would purchase a share that would be a minimum of 2 acres. You would own your own piece of the pie. Forests. Shared Management. Water rights to our own land. A stream or a river that runs through property. Gardens & Greenhouses. Organic practices only. No GMO. Passive solar homes or Off Grid. Open to partial electrical services. Build barns/shops w/ living above to start out with. Outdoor kitchen. Shared space. Possibly have a shared building of some sorts, but not a deal breaker. Share land with like-minded people. Good humans.
Seeking: Land & Good humans.
Thank you.
Wayne & Heidi Sandall
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We are still seeking like-minded partners for a intentional community/land share here in the PNW!
 
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Like the idea,  but I'm looking at the other side of the sound- more rain less traffic, maybe get lucky enough to have Olympic national park as a boarder  😂 lol.
 
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Sounds great. We will be in the Skagit and the Olympic Penninsula from July 27 to Aug 3 to look around at properties. I’ll send you a email to share the journey.
 
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