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We are looking for a community centered around natural living, connectedness, self-sufficiency, progressive or spiritual ideals, and love amongst members.

Right now we are looking for a budding village/intentional community that is searching for new members. We are in this for the long haul and have experience living and working in eco-village, farm-type environments. We have ideas and are looking for the right group of people who have a similar vision. We want to help build a haven for others who are seeking a natural path, and those who want to move away from certain aspects of society while helping build a progressive hotspot.

We prefer practices like free-schools or un-schooling, natural medicine, artisinal crafting, sacred spaces, natural buildings, agroforestry, permaculture and many others.

If you have heard of any places like this, or know any people who are interested in starting a similar project please drop us a message! We are eager to start working NOW and get established. We are passionate about finding the right links to help make this project manifest.

Looking forward to hearing back from anyone!
 
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Greetings Dan! I think you might be interested in EcoVillages; it is a global network of people dedicated to creating more sustainable cities and communities. A similar but slightly different global network is the Transition Network which is trying to make more things occur and be produced locally so that cities and towns are more resilient. Now, if you're looking for a job or a little adventure, WWOOFing is the World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms, and it functions like a work-exchange; you volunteer your time and energy and they'll provide food, shelter, and whatever knowledge they wish to share with you. On Twitter, there is a feed for permaculture jobs
 
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