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Location: Washington
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If you are looking to join an ecovillage, check out Skokomish Valley Farms ( in Washington, USA. My husband and I are the new farm managers responsible for designing, developing, and managing a highly diverse farm on this historic site. There are 19 homesites on the edge of 650-acres of agricultural land, rivers, and forest. Our guiding principles are sustainability, community, and education. Permaculture principles will be part of our design. There is no requirement to participate in the agricultural activities, but we hope the residents will want to engage and learn, or run their own ag or value-added enterprise. We are also looking for non-resident niche farmers. The lots range in price from $250K to $550K. There is profit-sharing for the residents!

We will be selling our beautiful 20-acre farm just 45 minutes from Seattle.
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