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Hello, my name is Brie, i am nineteen and my boyfriend is 21. We met while on separate journey, i was traveling and living absolutely without money (look into daniel suelo)
our nomadic lifestyle has been a fun trip but we are now pregnant...
We are guerilla gardeners, we are studying permaculture, we are artists, i and i am an herbalist, we are anarchists! we enjoy the hard work it takes to run a farm
we are looking for a person, a community...somewhere that we can live and work on the farm and garden to sustain ourselves with no harmful impact on the earth
the catch is we dont believe i using slips of paper as currency..
please get back to me at my email or face book
briethebee@gmail.com
brieonna moriah on face book

much love
 
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Welcome to permies.com Brie!

If you have not heard about WWOOFing, I would recommend checking out their website and navigating to your local division. WWOOfing stands for World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms. They work similarly to a work exchange; you volunteer your time and hard work with a host, and they will provide food and shelter, possibly impart lots of their knowledge, too. Just be sure to read all the instructions and guidelines listed on their website. Two other work exchange sites that I have heard about are Helpx and HelpStay. These may also be useful for you. I hope your search goes well!
 
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