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Family seeking simple home with large garden in Western WA

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We are a family of 3 and 2 dogs, with a back ground in Permaculture and organic farming, whom are seeking a home and garden for long term rental. We are both fully employed, have good credit, are non drug users, non smoking, capable, clean and quite. We have an interest in healing ourselves and the Earth.

We are in search of a home we can LIVE in for the next few years to enable us to save for our future mean while continuing to practice a sustainable and ecologically conscious lifestyle. Something simple and clean with a large yard for an abundant garden and space for us and our dogs to play.

South Snohomish County and East King County and preferably rural is ideal for a short commute to work. Open to other areas if its the right fit. It is important to us to have open and clear communication with the home owner(s) as well as fostering a relationship that is based on mutual respect that benefits us all.

We would like to create and maintain a garden for home use and possibly more if space is sufficient. We practice only organic no till gardening/farming methods with an epthsis on perennial crops, implementing Permaculture and Agroforestry design and techniques. It would be ideal to incorporate poultry and other small live sock in to the mix.

Our dogs are great, friendly with humans, children, and other animals.

We are open to shared common space if its the right fit, as well as work trades, care taking, barters for produce and or Permaculture design and installation. Or just good old monetary exchange for rent and land access. $600-$800 is ideal no more than $1000.
Lets talk!
Thanks for reading, have a great day!

Reisha and Bryan and Rowan
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