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Hello everyone. My name is Pete and I'm new here, although I used to spend some time on here over 8+ years ago after watching some of Paul Wheatons videos on Youtube.

Just wanted to put out a request for any info on sustainable living on the Oregon Coast, as far as groups, resources or like minded people.

I live in the North/Central Oregon Coast area. If you know of any interesting projects going on in the area, please let me know. Thanks
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The Cob Cottage Company is in Coquille, near the coast along the southern part of Oregon. They have workshops throughout the year and work parties where you come out to help with various tasks and they feed you. And you can take the morning hikes with Ianto and see the 1200 year old cedar, that tree is amazing.
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