20 acres mountaintop, good water, Klamath River/Trinity convergence country. We do wildlife rehab, orphaned and injured, and will use a couple acres for this purpose eventually, but we don't need all of it. What we need are good people around, just doing their own thing, no hard rules, except you must love animals, especially bears, whom you can live alongside easily, we can teach you. They're just part of the resident community. Lots of trees that need thinning, probably a woodworkers delight, great diversity. A large old terraced garden area with a pond that needs reclaiming. Ye ole Himalayan introduced blackberry is our enemy, even though delicious on pancakes, we can grow something better and less invasive. I'm thinking sheep may be our answer. Any willing shepherds about, I'll be happy to invest in guardian animals and much more, if you are willing to dedicate yourself to both land and animals. Make a clean and peaceful life privately for yourself if you want. Just no trash accumulation. Tiny houses, big backyards, and all logical permaculture tenets apply as the only rules and that's it. Off Grid. Land Share/Intentional Community, whatever you want to call it The land itself is to be left In Trust for anyone who helps. We are all volunteers here. We are the stewards.