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We are Accepting Applications to Live at Sustainable Living Center

Rent a Room at the Sustainable Living Center

The Center is at 6249 S Hwy 101 (Pacific Coast Hwy) in Lincoln City, Oregon 97367.

Rent a private bedroom and private bath includes Sewer, Electric and Water utilities

$400.00/month plus 15 hours working on Sustainable Living projects

Work done according to mutual agreed upon schedule.  You may have a full time job.

To apply go to the On-Line Application at:

• First and Last Months Rent
• Ninty (90) day minimum commitment,
• Linens and towels are not furnished.
• No washing machine or dryer at house
• Kitchen and living room are available for use
• Internet, phone service or cable are not provided, but cable Internet can be added at additional expense of $30/month.
• No smoking in house
• Absolutely no drugs (legal or illegal) of any kind
• No Pets or children
• Off-street parking
• Large Deck
Local bus transportation near Center.

Work involves working on the Sustainable Living Projects.   Examples are:

Make a Bokashi Machine©. Bokashi is a Japanese term meaning 'fermented organic matter.' It is a two-stage process - fermentation stage, and a composting stage.

Make a TomatoBarrel©. It is portable and uses the heat storing capacity of its water reservoir. This enables a longer growing season and minimal need for watering.

Build a Lettuce Tub©. It is a carefree technique that allows you to grow hydroponically without electricity, pumps, or wicks of any kind.

Build a Yurt Cloche©. In the Maritime Northwest of the Oregon Coast, year-round growing is easier and perhaps the cheapest and easiest semi-permanent option for season extension is a Yurt Cloche©.

Other Projects:
Slug Zapper©
Worm Module©
Organic Food Bed©
Garden on the Deck©
Pots of Water©
Bee Barrel©
Solar Dryer©
Chicken Garden©
High Quality Food
Rain Harvesting
Go and Grow House©

For more details, go to:

To apply go to the On-Line Application at:

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