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East of Dallas/Ft. Worth- an ecovillage sighting!  RSS feed

 
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Ecovillage on the easterly side of the Dallas/Ft. Worth megametroplex- Wildflower Ecovillage. I don't want to use one of their photos without permission, but here's their FB page: https://www.facebook.com/DFWEcovillage
 
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Indeed we do have 70 acres east of Dallas--closest town is Greenville, Texas. It is mostly open land with two ponds and sites for more ponds and chinampas. We are looking to build an ecovillage of about 30-32 families--Permaculture, off-the-grid, built with the soil on the land via compressed earth blocks. We do have a small, automatic CEB machine. Just starting to open to members. Also have applied for non-profit status for a school. We offer reasonably priced PDC classes, other classes, and doing research for living and growing food in North central Texas. We are starting a farm incubator program for beginning farmers. You can reach me (terry) at 972 251-1532 for further information.
 
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Wow, that is awesome..

How many families do you have so far?
When can I come see the place?

Thanks,
Scott Romack
 
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