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Want to stay warm this winter? How about a nice food forest in Florida?

 
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http://www.thesurvivalgardener.com/food-forest-for-sale-with-a-nice-house-and-barn-too/

"Our home is a site-built concrete block house with over 1800 square feet under roof, plus a good-sized barn out back and two covered porches. It contains four bedrooms and two bathrooms, plus appliances (including a chest freezer).

We’re located on an acre of sandy loam soil (much better than most of Florida!) zoned for agriculture. That means you can keep goats, chickens or even a cow if you like. You can also build anything related to agriculture (hello, chicken coop!) without a permit. There’s also no HOA to boss you around."




 
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Wow Mart if I was a little closer to retirement I might be moving ! How much of your yearly food does your lot supply?

I added this thread to a couple more forums to get more permies to see it.
 
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I had a look at the blog. You've been busy.

The two most asked questions concerning most land are
1. How much land
2. How much money

I see that it's one acre.

What is the asking price.
 
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Miles Flansburg wrote:Wow Mart if I was a little closer to retirement I might be moving ! How much of your yearly food does your lot supply?

I added this thread to a couple more forums to get more permies to see it.



Hi,

This information is located on the blog link I posted. The price is $135,000 for all that you see. This is not my property but a good gardening guru, book writer, master gardener, and permi master mind David Goodman, he has written for Mother Earth News, and is deep into the deep arts of permiculture and this food forest has been a part of feeding his children. If you are interested, the contact information is on the blog as well.

Cheers!
 
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Dale Hodgins wrote:I had a look at the blog. You've been busy.

The two most asked questions concerning most land are
1. How much land
2. How much money

I see that it's one acre.

What is the asking price.



The details are on the link posted above, more info can be got from David himself -> $135,000 is the price.

david@floridafoodforests.com

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