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  I have been converting to biodeversified agroforestry for the last three years useing a small astablished mixed orchard I have purchased two new farms this year both with trees but needing work to truly be called food forests. So plenty of work to be done. I have a wife and three boys 4,2 and 1. If anyone is interested in paying us a visit we have some extra rooms (3) and plenty of knowledge to share. All are welcome FREE of charge. My wife and I will feed you and teach you in exchange for a helping hand around the place. You can stay as long as you like. (if you pull your own weight).
!!WE EAT MEAT!! and you can too. No Excesive Drinking, No Smoking, No Freaking Out.
Families are welcome.

We have hormone free livestock but we also eat non-organic food (not rich"yet").

I have a farm in yucatan that is very interesting but have no house there yet If you would like to stay there I can set you up with a friend the rent is about $70 US/month. All I ask is that while you are there you dont destroy anything and that you plant some perennials. Any food found growing (bananas, pitahayas, pinuela, elefant ears, guajes, ect.) is up for grabs and feel free to take deer other game.

Feel free to call 905 682 9594 or 011 52 248 482 7442 or email

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Hi Jeffery,
I caught your post on the permie site and just wondered where your farm is. Ive been working to establish an organic farm north of Valladolid.  I take it you dont live in the area, but just wondering if you have plans to set something up down here.
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