I'm a fledgling permaculturist who spends most of his study time focusing on natural building methods and soil regeneration techniques.
I've faced a lot of opposition in trying to spread the message and practice of permaculture, but most people feel to powerless or complacent to accept that it is a reality. This is why I've chosen to "shut up and show them."
Unfortunately I'm under the impression that joining communities pretty much unanimously requires a sizeable overhead capital investment. I hope to find a community that I could join that would accept a single man with limited savings.
I don't have a wealth of professional experience in any one field, but I've had jobs of many different types and have performed well in all roles. My problem is that I find it hard to maintain enthusiasm in a system that's so fundamentally flawed).
This is something that I am wholeheartedly commit to, which has been the strongest constant in my life since discovering the movement.