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Coweeta Heritage Center/Talking Rock Farm is off-grid and located in a quiet, peaceful valley in the mountains of Western NC. 10 miles south and west of Franklin, NC.   The 1/4 acre garden provides bountiful greens that are sold at the local farmers market. Trout are raised in a pond as well.  A small cottage industry of spoon-making is also established. Other ideas are welcome.

Coweeta is looking for folks who would like to help start an Intentional Community together in this lovely setting.  Future plans might include a retreat center or other ideas that the community comes up with.  Near the AT and AT town.  Property is wooded and can provide trees for building with the available sawmill.  Temporary housing available in two travel trailers.  Children and well-behaved animals welcome.  I've hosted dozens of folks over the years and now hope to begin a community based on the values inherent in voluntary simplicity: Living simply so others may simply live.  No buy-in but you must be willing to make a significant contribution of your time and or finances to the community.  Coweeta is also listed on IC.org so please visit my host site there.  Contact Paul for more info at coweeta@gmail.com.
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