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wren haffner
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Greetings permie friends,

After many years of working on other people's projects (at ecovillages, intentional communities, small city and rural homesteads and production farms), my partner and I are excited (and needing!) to start on our own.
We're both late 20s, green thumbed, open minded and open hearted children of Gaia. We're looking for some land to start building soil, making medicinal herb gardens, harvesting water, growing food, building structures, food forests etc. We are not interested in leasing or renting land (we want some purchase, literally!)

Here are some of the desired qualities for our future land:

2-5 acres
Near wilderness land/ nat'l forest
Southern Missouri
Old farmland OK
Open to varying soil conditions as we are willing to remediating and regenerating degraded or overworked land
Unrestricted
Water: perennial spring obviously most desired but will consider land that has annual or seep springs, too

We have $7,500 upfront cash and would like to buy the land this June and move in to start our projects. Please no land that has a ton of junk left on it.

We have a friend that lives in Cabool that we'll be visiting in the next month.

Do you have land you'd like to be worked and loved that you could sell to us? We are very excited about grounding future possibilities which have been building up in us for some time.

Please be in touch!

Love,

Wren & Ini
 
Dan Grubbs
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I don't have land to sell, but I welcome you to Missouri. I think more and more permies are finding this a great place to make their home and practice regenerative techniques. There's a group of us in KC and there's a group in St. Louis. So, you should find some in-state folks you can tap into. When you make your move, let me know and we can connect you to others in the Show-Me-State.
 
wren haffner
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Thank you Dan Grubbs for your Warm Welcome! We look forward to connecting with the local groups and are so appreciative of your note! Glad to hear there are many more likeminded folks in the region bless you
 
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