Gail Jardin wrote:Hi, if you still have a lease open for your permaculture farm please let me know. I live a couple hours away but can visit on short notice. This may be perfect for my needs. I love the school bus chicken coop, I have a skoolie as well. I love heritage livestock and have an intensive heirloom seed collection. Please reply here if the land is still available for lease and I will check my messages. Thank you.
April Kitchens wrote:This is EXACTLY the opportunity I've been looking for! Is this still available by chance?
Mor Lupe wrote:Hello, I am seriously interested in this option. May I have more information (cost,etc)?
R Hi wrote:Hi Aimee, I stumbled on your post and this site looking for information on building a home. I am in Illinois now and retiring after the year end. My plan is to get back to nature and self sufficiency. So now I've a new word for what I'm looking for "permaculture". It sounds like a great place you've got there, an interesting opportunity as well. How soon are you leaving ?
John Paulding wrote:Well howdy neighbor. I'm in Cherryville. We have 15.5 with a cabin to live in, plus employment in the opposite direction, Cuba, but if you end up needing someone to stop by and check in on things while you're gone, I could probably do that.
I'm pretty sure Eden wasn't loaded with bugs and methheads but it evidently did have at least one snake.
Denise Cares wrote:Hello Aimee, Do you have an email or phone I can contact you on? Thank you much. Dee
Alex Riddles wrote:If I was looking for a tenant in Salem I would have mentioned how close it is to the Current River. There is a significant tourist trade with trout fisherman and camoeists visiting the area. This might provide an additional market for any produce from the farm and possibly revenue from camp sites. Just a thought.