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Greetings to whomever might come across this post!

My name is Adam, I'm 25, and currently on a road trip from Indiana out to Nevada. I'm throwing out this long shot in order to possibly have the chance to visit several homesteads, or permaculture farms along my travels for 3-4 nights at a time. Over the past several years, I've began a journey of learning as much as I can about transitioning from the modern consumeristic, wasteful lifestyle that I've grown up in my entire life, to a more sustainable and regenerative way of life. If there is any opportunity of learning from people who have already been a part of this side of the scale of living in a more cooperative way with our planet and its resources, I would be more than thrilled to take it! My route is pretty open, but I most likely will be going through the Arkansas, Oklahoma, Colorado and Utah area, and if anyone out there reading this would accept me as a guest, I would gladly trade my labor, doing any chores, handwork, cooking, etc. that might be needed!! Apologies if this message is somewhat of a mess of free formed thought, I decided to send this out just minutes before I began typing. I love this community and I hope to continue to learn all that I can in this lifetime in order to give back to nature more than I take.

For contact feel free to email or text/call me anytime of the day!

-Adam Sowder
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