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We are a small group of homesteaders and naturalists located around the tri-state area. We are seeking to develop a community of like-minded people with whom to share knowledge, resources and goods. If you seek teammates in the quest for sustainability please let us know.
 
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I have an urban lot in Price Hill, Cincinnati that I am striving to turn into a food forest.
When I can't do, I research, so I know some places to buy firebrick, seed, and plants, stuff like that.
I am trying to fence my lot,propagate my plants and heat my home, in no particular order.
What part of the tri- state is your perch in ?
I roll around NKY for my work as a handy man, and I know a little about Lawrenceberg and such.

 
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My girlfriend and I operate a 12 acre permaculture homestead located in northern Adams County, Ohio. We have been employing management intensive rotational grazing with our sheep, chickens, and ducks and are developing large areas of food forest in order to build our property's soil fertility and biodiversity. Both of us also enjoy learning and sharing skills such as flint knapping, mycology, jewelry crafting, botany and animal husbandry. Our long term goal is to be a highly productive example of sustainability for the inspiration of others and for the nurturing of our family. I would love to visit your site and meet you all... I also don't mind operating a shovel.
 
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