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Location: Columbia, Missouri
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Our 20 acre plot in central Missouri is a mix of open and wooded land. A 5-acre lake sits at the center. Potential for vegetable farming, orchard production, sustainable lumber/cedar mulch production, permaculture demonstration site, etc. Open to ideas. We don't currently live there but will be building soon. Would consider a rental agreement at that time. In the meantime someone could rent nearby and run a CSA on the land. Or clear and sell cedar to local mills. Or install swales, rotational grazing, perennial plants and set up a permaculture classroom. Lots of options.

15 minutes to downtown Columbia (120,000-person college town w/thriving restaurant scene, farmer's markets, etc.)
Owner active in local food scene
Shipping container for storage
Tools: all basic gardening tools, A-frame level, hoses, landscaping fabric, etc.
Tractor w/loader
Tractor implements: tiller, aerator, snow plow, wood chipper (up to 6")
Water (three hydrants located around property)
Stocked lake with kayaks, paddleboard, etc.
Five irrigated, 60' garden beds on contour

Currently no fencing
Covenants restrict us to four large animals
Limited to ten chickens or ducks
No electric on site
No gas on site
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