So a few years ago, my wife and I purchased about 8 acres in NW Washington at the foot of the cascades with the intention of living there and practicing permaculture and possibly doing a market garden or something to make money. Since then, things have changed here in CA and we were unable to go live there.
I’m kinda kicking around the idea of having a partner who would be willing to live on the property and run some type of farming business. Looking for someone who has experience running a farm type business and has gone through their the PDC course. I’m hoping they have some money to go with mine, to put into it and we can build it together and have them run it with little interference from myself.
There’s a farmhouse on the property that I gutted and am needing to get up there to remodel, so some experience in building would be good too.
They could live there free of rent as long as we can get something going and we can both be making some money.
If you are looking for this type of opportunity or you may know someone else that is, hit me up and we can discuss it further.
The long term plan I’ve got for that house is to move into it in about 20-30 years when I’m of retirement age so there’s a long time left before that happens.
Amazingly beautiful area... hope someone takes you up on this, I grew up as a commercial fisherman, and spent time in Burlington, and driving back and forth to Anacortes to catch ferries to San Juan islands (Lopez mainly).. lots of great memories here. What town is it near if ya don't mind me asking...
Location: Arnold ca. Soon to be skagit county wa
posted 1 year ago
It’s up hwy 20 in marblemount and you’re correct, it’s just amazing up there. I was born over on the Olympic peninsula and moved away as a kid and it felt like coming home being up there. Just love it. Its close to the Skagit and the Cascade rivers so lots of fishing opportunities close by
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