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Location: Ohio
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I've got some land in Ohio that I'm interested in developing into a permaculture farm.
Full disclosure, I do have a thread started in 'permaculture singles' because ultimately I need to meet the right woman to work this farm with me.

That being said, I've got food and a place to stay ( not fancy!)
Money to spend on projects that will yield some revenue this year.
I'm willing to split all revenue 50/50 this year and talk about future years.
5 acres mixed woodland/pasture/ with creek. Expandable up to 80 acres.
Existing buildings/tools etc
I'm thinking mushrooms, vegetables, pigs, chickens all quick (relatively) revenue.

So, there's work to be done, experience to be gained, money to be made (hopefully!)
Contact me for more details ( I do have some previous experience in the field)
 
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It is my dream to live off the land the way that our forefathers have for thousands of years.

I am a simple woman who knows the difference between luxury & necessity.

It would be wonderful to find out more & I look forward to hearing back from you: katepe2015@gmail.com
 
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