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Farm Apartment in Amherst, Massachusetts for rent in May

 
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Hello,
We have been homesteading for many years using many Permaculture inspired ideas, raising goats, chickens and fruit, veggies etc.  We got a bit older , and are looking for 2 responsible, enthusiastic people or a couple who would be thrilled to live in Amherst Massachusetts on a lovely, mature homestead.   There are fruit trees, a budding food forest, small goat barn and fenced pastures and lots of woods and mountain Spring water.  We would love to have 2 people interested or experienced with goats, milking, etc and of course Permaculture.  But any green living kind of people would be great!
Please contact Ali at sandiahealingarts@gmail.com and we will get right back to you.  The apartment is spacious 2 bedrooms with an extra room and is available June 1.  We are close to an wonderful eco village in a transition town and enjoy a conscious, rural neighborhood yet its close to Amherst.  Please spread the word for anyone relocating to Massachusetts!  Thank you   Ali
 
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