Veronica Sherriff wrote:I have 60 acres in Northern California just northeast of Redding, CA. I in-vision this place to be a vegan permaculture site. A plentiful spring supplies the buildings. Solar panels supply 3/4 of our electrical needs. I in-vision having people here who are vegan, smoke/drug and alcohol free, who help to transform this place. The first person is a collaborator. This person helps to put the vision into practical tasks and goals. This person helps to coordinate other positions. This person loves to organize things and people and is detail oriented. Another person(s) is housekeeper and chef who will prepare gourmet raw vegan food for everyone. Another is a caretaker who is experienced in carpentry, electrical, plumbing, and logging. Another is a gardener who will coordinate the permaculture projects. Then there will be many other helpers who will be support people for these tasks. I in-vision everyone will know exactly what their contribution is and exactly what they are given in return, therefore, this will help us all to have our needs met and be able to create something sustaining and beautiful. Are you out there? Lets go!
Jen Winter wrote:Hey all,
Long-time permaculture dilettante, first-time poster here. Jen's the name. I am graduating from an accredited naturopathic school in June of this year and my long-term vision is to have a farm-based practice similar to Ethos over in New Jersey (http://www.myethoshealth.com/). I'm really interested in the farming side of things as well, but realizing I might not have the time to be both a great doctor and a great farmer. I'm vegan, and very interested in living in close community with others of like-mind. I am engaged to another dilettante who is part teacher, part writer, part poker player. We have a border collie who is in herding lessons (this is the most unvegan thing I do).
So, just putting some feelers out there, hoping to make some friends Currently living in San Diego, but from the greater Philly area. Hello!
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