Hi everyone! Just to be clear, we may have been looking for more than two years, but we are definitely still looking for good people. We will always respond to inquiries though we may be a bit slow at times. Homesteading keeps us very busy!
Hello! My boyfriend and I are looking to relocate in November. Would absolutely love to connect with you. We are skilled farmers with other skills along the lines of homesteading. We are hoping to find more community and return to my home of Appalachia. Hope to hear from you soon!
I know this thread is old. Do you have anymore land you would like to share/sell? Myself & another lady run a non-profit (to share sustainable tips/knowledge) in East Tennessee. We had land use permission where we are but before we could get in a land trust/life tenancy the owner passed away. The heirs do not share their father's vision. So we must leave. We have greenhouse/camper to move. We have had no luck finding suitable property to buy/share & we are running out of time.
If you or anyone else would be interested please let me know. As time is of the essence.
Thank you for your time.
Hello David, I noticed this post is two years old. Are you both still looking for like-minded people for your community? I am new to this wonderful group of loved ones and would love to talk to you. A two way interview if you will. Here is my email address. email@example.com.
I came across permies and your post doing random google searches and I’m so happy I did! We are a family of 3 currently living in Lenoir City, TN. Camp hosting while living in our RV full time brought us to Tennessee last year and we just love it here. The more I learn about homesteading, the more I’m understanding the importance of community. Would love to connect, meet, see if we would be a good fit because it sure sounds like something special! firstname.lastname@example.org Hope to hear from you.
Heather, Joe and Paislee
Hi David Michael and family! Are y’all still accepting visitors who might be interested? How have the past few months been? Any reflections on the growing pain of community? All the best, and happy Spring, Sara Grace
Hi David Michael and family! Are y’all still open to visitors to explore the possibilities on your property? What reflections do you and your community have after the past year of community building? I hope your spring is going well, all the best, Sara Grace
We are still interested in growing our community, and have at least 8 spots available. At the moment we do have space to host visitors, and of course there's always plenty of room for camping. If you'd like to talk more, please reach out to my email.
Hi Becs here
This is exactly where I am looking to set up shop, I have plans on my own sustainable community however you fuys need help I have 1 gentleman doggy and a teenager quite artist hardworking family, I have a ton of family in Chattanooga who are very experienced in construction and as much as Mr. Rodgers as any family could be very cool and if your interested in some long term guests aka the dog me and Olivia I have an excellent income my own car a decent saving for infrastructure
If you think it would be kid and dog friendly please email me. We are very accountable and mind our own business so if your interested please email. I have a strong medical background and knowledgeable about critters of all kinds
Samplesbecky691@gmail.com Or message Mr on here for a cell
I'm not available until October full te but have a month free in July where My daughter will be in Alaska for a month I could fly in for a weekend in July if it's a mutual beneficial arrangement for yourself and the wife!
If not worries we all end up where we were meant to be
I know I am very late to this post...but hopefully not TOO late!
My family and I are on the lookout for a new adventure, considering selling our home in the Lone Star State to embrace a life of meaningful work on the land. He's a dedicated physical therapist, and after stay-at-home mom-ing for 2 years I now have been working in office administration. However our dream is to create a different, nature-infused life for our 4-year-old son through homeschooling.
We are seeking a place in Tennessee where the spirit of neighborliness thrives. We bring to the table qualities like kindness, curiosity, hard work, strength, keen observation, resourcefulness, and a helpful nature. We thrive on the simplicity of living, hard work, and passion for cooperation, collaboration, teamwork, and creating mutually beneficial projects and relationships.
With fair experience in outdoor physical labor and a knack for tending to plants and animals, we are eager to find a community that resonates with our values. If this resonates with you and you think we might be a good fit for your homestead neighborhood, please reach out to email@example.com! We are desperate to create a better life for our son.