Chris Brousseau wrote:My name is Chris. I’m 30 yrs old and I’m interested in finding somewhere to learn/practice permaculture with the possibility of being involved longer term. I’ve moved around a lot in my adult life living in Hawaii, Chicago, South
Korea and Australia. The biggest sacrifice to traveling how I have has been the no long-term home. I am
looking eventually to have a home base, somewhere that I can be involved in growing food, and helping
to be a productive member of a community possibly. I have some savings that I'd be able to contribute if the right situation arose, and I'd be interested in purchasing a plot of land. I’m interested in somewhere with good a balance of work and enjoyment,
where I can be around like-minded individuals. I’m very easy going, and easy to get along with. I’m easy.
I’ve been traveling around the US since March in a camper van, and now I’m looking for somewhere
to park, learn by helping out, and see what’s available, and what would be a good fit. I’m interested in
permaculture and aquaponics, but I only have limited hands on experience. I’m an experiential learner,
so I’m always happy to do/learn new things. I don’t have any strict religious views, and I eat some meat.
I’m very open minded however and am interested in experimenting with different lifestyles. I have a
degree in finance and to fund my travels, I’ve been a special-ed and English teacher, and have worked
in insurance. I’m looking to go a different direction in my life and am looking to basically start over,
learning and living by doing things that actually matter to me, instead of being a hamster on a wheel
again. I'm in southern California at the moment, looking to stay in a tolerable climate for the winter unless accommodation would be provided. Please let me know if you know of a good fit. Thanks for reading.