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Seeking land/partnership in Central Florida

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We're looking for land to purchase or to partner on land with the owner to create an intentional community in Central Florida. We have a robust team with diverse skill sets and we have some investment funds.

We are a multicultural, multifaith group. Our common ground is permaculture, creating design for seven generations, respect and love for each other and the land. We will give classes, hold retreats, create food forests and other demonstrations of permaculture, and earn livings from the land and from design/education. Housing should be available, and zoning should allow additional housing or it is possible to change zoning. Must be clean water access and surface water is a big plus. Some of us will continue to work in nearby urban areas as well, living in the city part time, and on the land part time. We're looking for land that is near protected wilderness area or areas, 50+ acres - we would prefer 100+. Ideal partner will be someone who doesn't have time to regenerate the land or create these things but would like to see it done. An absentee owner who doesn't want the land developed and wants it to be taken care of; a retired farmer or rancher; someone who wants to live in an intentional community and would like some help creating one; or someone who wants to sell or lease the land to people who will take care of it. We understand it may take some time to get to know each other in a potential partnership situation and we'll facilitate that if the land is what we need. I am also working with people in S California looking for a similar situation, and a group interested in land in Tennessee or N Carolina.

Koreen Brennan

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