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East Coast: Cherry Plain Sanctuary Farm

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Location: upstate NY near MA/VT
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I've spent my seven years in Northern California and loved it, but the East Coast called me and I never looked back.

After 20 plus years here, I still love the Northeast. It's affordable, lots of organic farms, not so much traffic and a simple lifestyle can be combined with as much technology as a person wants.

Our homestead is located in upstate NY on the MA/VT border on 18 acres. We also have 80 acres of protected forest land in nearby VT.

Right now, we host wwoofers and young folks who travel to learn about farming. We are open to one or two people who wanted to remain with us through the winter if the right folks present themselves.

Whether you are looking for short term or long term, contact us. We have bees, llamas, and all kinds of other things going on here. While here, we are cohoused, meaning we share the house. Your space is a separate loft, close to the house, with electricity, and lots of light.

Bring out your dead! Or a tiny ad:
A rocket mass heater is the most sustainable way to heat a conventional home
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