The piece is ready to go with much in place already. It is sub divided so could be shared among people, each with their own lots. It's next to our newly established permaculture village land. a professional mob grazer just moved into the region and is set to start a whole scene there including restoring old unused farms. we have a permaculture school down the road. we are looking to start some ecoforestry test cases in the region. we have abundant water in our valley. we are planning to install a large microhydro system from a massive pond that could power the whole region. so lots happening and would love to have great people move into this property.
Steve, I appreciate links such as these. While I am a long-term desert rat and love Tucson, my wife would like to explore other options, which means I would like to explore other options too. Her requirements are trees, mountains, and water, west of the Mississippi. That has led us to begin looking in the Pacific NW at properties such as the one you posted.
One thing that has been difficult to get our heads around are the variances in price on the land in what appears to be very similar areas and very similar land features. For instance, when I look at the link you posted, I also see land listed in that same general area and maybe it's 40 acres for $200k vs. the 55 acres for $400k. I know that improvements, logging, etc will play into this, and we simply need to get our boots on the ground as soon as possible to check it all out.
When you use the word "we" in your post, who are you referring too - you and your immediate crew, the permie community in that area, the community at large? While it appears there are plenty of like minded people in that area (based of this forum and others), that is certainly an intangible factor for which local insight would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.
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