I'm brand new as a poster in these forums, but I've used them as a source of information for some time. My wife and I are interested in a more sustainable lifestyle. We have purchased a plot of land north of Laurel, Montana (near Billings). We intend to go there and build a "starter cabin" to live in while we build what we call our "forever home". But I believe that community is as important as what one does on one's own. So I'm looking for people who are or want to be in the area who want to be part of a sustainable community. Not necessarily all living in the same spot, but in the same general area, so we can call on each other and help each other. I love the idea of a barn raising, of being invited over for the slaughter of a cow, of knowing that there's someone I can call for advice when my goat is feeling sick. Construction is the big one for me; I love the idea of several families getting together and buying a press to make earth blocks, then working together to build homes for everyone. So please reply, if you are in the area or want to be, and are interested in this sort of thing. If you're looking for a place you can live, at least for a while, I've got land. If you're looking for support, I'll give what I can. If you want to get goether and build homes, drop me a line. I love the idea of a co-op, a time bank, a tool library, sweat equity, and much more. Let me know what you're into.
Hi, my name is April, I am from Woodland Park Colorado. My family and I want something more for our family. We want to live where there is a community that sticks together, builds together, and works hard together. I have been working in the retail business for 15 years and I am tired of corporate indecency. We want to live where hard work is appreciated, and wanted. Where the work we do with our hands brings us the simplicity of life and the notion of self worth. What you have accomplished seems wonderful. We are now looking at selling our property, which is only a 1/3 of acre, and heading to a place where we can be better off for what we do. We want to homeschool our daughter, boycott TV, and live like we were suppose to live days and years before our birth. If you want to talk more you are welcome to contact us at email@example.com. I would love to hear more and know more about your adventure and way of life. I have lived in Billings for a short time as a young adult, so I know a little about the area. Thank you!
So I left, I came home, and I ate some pie. And then I read this tiny ad:
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