Kent Burns wrote:Portland isn't far from me I've got 5 acers in nemah Washington I'm just starting out
James Everett wrote:Depending on how far south you want to go and what your looking for. I am looking for someone to help work on my 30 acres that I acquired and having a challenge of making it a better place here the West Texas area. Even if you do end up down this way to be a neighbor to help build a network of people around here making a better ecosystem.
Sebastian Köln wrote:If you are not reluctant to learn some Russian, Abkhazia is an interesting place.
Plenty of challenges, but also good conditions.
(Lager post about Abkhazia will come soon.)
Josh Fast wrote:If you're still in the portland area the Mothership urban intentional community might be a good resource.
Chris Crouch wrote:Hey Noelle!
I currently live in Bryan TX and am in the early stages of starting an urban farm. You can check out my urban farm IG (@lumbreurbanfarm) and see what you think. I enjoy riding bicycles, gardening, hiking, mountains, yoga, and much more. Your post and life experience really peaked my interest. I have always been a dreamer as well and am interested in realizing a more natural and independent lifestyle.
If you have any interest in getting to know me, shoot me a message at my username at gmail. Good luck finding what you are looking for!
Daniel Jones wrote:Hello Noelle,
I'm 35 and homesteading in TN. I'm looking for love and a garden friend. I love nature, animals, and creating something from nothing. I have one acre right now but if someone wanted to join me and expand, I would definitely like to do that!