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seeking rad womyn who want to permaculture homestead in MO

 
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hey, I have a going on 13 year old 9+ acre food forest permaculture homestead in northeast Missouri at Red Earth Farms next door to Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage. I am interested in forming a primarily female-focused (for now at least) egalitarian income-sharing sub-community. Simple living is important, rustic yet fulfilling lifestyle. Lots of potential for expansive growth depending on the energetics of new folks who come. over 800+ fruit and nut trees and shrubs (many are starting to bear, I got over 400 chestnuts last year), a 30'x60' high-tunnel, raised bed gardens, etc. We grow ~100% of our own vegetables and some dried beans. Right now it is just me and my 10 year old daughter every other week (her dad adjacent on 4 acres). We scythe and use deep mulch as well as cover crops, dig swales, slash and berm, etc. Cook and heat with sun and wood gathered with hand tools mostly. We're off-grid but have high-speed internet, rural but within a network of intentional communities. https://www.ic.org/directory/dandelion/ - kim[at]ic.org
 
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