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Looking for work/trade living opportunity in Asheville, Nc area

 
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Hello all!
I am looking to relocate from VT to the asheville, nc area and am throwing out here an inquiry into possible work/trade opportunity.
I am interested in any kind of alternative living dwelling. Ive spent 2 winters in a yurt up here in the north, love it, and would like to continue living simply.
I have some experience in building, organic gardening, animal care, herbalism, management and organization.
The yurt i have been living in is situated on a piece of land owned by an herbalism school and is community oriented.
I am also a massage practitioner and will be looking to continue my practice in the area.
If anyone has any leads or opportunities for me to live simply and help out on a homestead/farm/school environment, please let me know!

Thanks you!
Maressa
 
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Hello! I know you are looking in NC, and my 200 acre farm is located between Martinsville and Danville, VA (just North of Greensboro, NC). If you are willing to live that far away, please consider communicating with me further! Thanks!
 
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still looking for situation, we have old farm/ homestead that needs lots of attention about 60 miles east of asheville in east tenn.
 
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