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Looking to share land

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I'm trying to find land to share equally with a few people in OK or surrounding states. Somewhere with power and water that allows fulltime trailer living, so I can be by nature and grow my own food, implementing permaculture. I dont have a trailer yet but am looking to get one. I don't want anything to be forced on people, of course they'd need an income, and if they want to use their plot to earn extra income that's their choice.  I'd like to build a natural round house some day. Round homes use way less power and are good for the spirit. Ideally I want a water source for hydro power. I can't do a lot of physical work, that is not my intention. I'd like neighbors who are also working on self mastery, working on finding out who they truly are from inner truth, not from what a book or others tell them.
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I posted this last month. https://permies.com/t/73605/start-small-family-friendly-village#616475 Please read, and if you're at all interested, please pm me and we can discuss the possibilities. We already own the land and want to share in the way you describe.
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I'm very interested in sharing land, permaculture work, and personal, spiritual growth.  I live in west Texas, so I'm also interested in surrounding states.  Or maybe other states too.

Like you, I can't do heavy work, but I can do some.  I think we need men!

Anyway, keep me posted if possible.

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