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Looking for sources and info regarding living in a yurt in Mendocino/Sonoma County. Has anyone here had recent experience with his and recommend good books to read and other regional sources? Thanks so much
Are there good resources for finding land rentals that allow a renter/small farmer to have their own structure? Does anyone have experiences to show regarding this process? Thanks Much
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I have not done this myself yet, but it does strike me as interesting, so it could be something for the future.

For options without spending money, there is:
-Dispersed camping on public lands
-bureau of land managment camping
-Long term camping on public lands
-Some more posts from the BLM about camping
-you can search public lands in California here

Places for camping:
-California camping guide
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