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Hi, my name is Danny and my partners name is Susie. We dream of running a homesteading farm that supports the multitude of communal projects we want to organize. Our idea starts with a functioning farm that provides for our basic needs. Allow that to blossom into a profiting model, which would allow us to take in wanderers. Wanderers could be the struggling artist to the family of four both struggling to make bills meet. The goal of Artshaven would be to allow us as humans to be as creative as we could possibly be. When our basic needs are met, we grow. Only being 22, I've spent a majority of my life in search of knowledge and land. I have been in inheritance situations that lead me to believe I do not have to work 40 years in the city to accomplish my goals. I'm not asking for land, my plan is to simply present my philosophy and show that I can manage the land as good or better than my predecessor. Then hopefully, a landowner or investor will hop on board. If not, im content with biding my time and absorbing as much information as I can. This is what I am doing right now. Im also networking more than I ever have. One person cannot run a farm, but a team can. I have been talking to every young person that would listen about farming. In hopes of lighting a fire that will eventually burn into an unstoppable team. Networking and communication is key, from getting the farm started, to advertising products, to setting up long term systems that will keep the land for generations. This is my first post of this sort, I do plan on being better able to convey my whole idea, but I could keep you here for hours. Thank you for your time, lets spread some fire!!!

Danny Artshaven
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