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Good Day,

We are Discovery Culture located in Discovery Bay, WA. We are a newly established permaculture farm collective that is operating on 30 acres.

A farm and forestry collective designed to maintain food, water, and resource security for long term health of its members and our region. We aim to use mostly perennial agriculture and silviculture to establish an economically viable and low maintenance permaculture system. We seek to host a tight group of smart members to support and run the collective farm.

We are seeking to add new members to our collective. We are just establishing all of our invisible structures now and its a great time to get in early. we have some basics in so far in terms of infrastructure and people. We have great forested slope land with multiple streams. we aim to do lots of perennial ag, with lots of overstory nuts and chestnuts. We are seeking members like ourselves, that is extremely: drive, self motivated, skilled, passionate, financially abundant, and committed. We are seeking people specifically with plumbing, carpentry, milling, and handyman skills. We currently have people very advanced in these fields: livestock, horticulture, design, chef, business. We ask that all new candidates have their own housing that they would enter with. We have one building so far, a 30' yurt that is part community center. The more money and people we take on the faster we can start building more housing and permanent systems. This year we are planning to plant out many acres into trees and food crops. We would love to converse with you about joining our operation. We do require at least a 6 month trial period before starting the membership process. Be Well

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hey steve, I'd love to lend a hand where needed. feel free to send me an email and we can talk. sanguineanimist@protonmail
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Hey Steve - I would like to know more. Look for a PM from me.
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