Melissa Barnes wrote:Hi
This is exactly the scenario I’m looking for!
As an older lady I’ve been down the rat race road and that’s not where I want to be.
I’ve discovered Permies!!!
I’ve always wanted to learn how to live on a homestead and get my own land!
This is my dream!!
Thank you Paul and permies!!
I was wondering if I start a blog on my experiences then other people can know that it’s possible even if you’re older!
Cassie Langstraat wrote:I am 23 and already can see floaters a bit.. that freaks me out because I know i will probably get them really bad when i am older.. marjory just sent this out in her latest newsletter so i thought i'd share.
natural options for treating eye floaters
Paul Kennington wrote:There have been several Intentional Communities established in the state over the years, however, I know of none in this area. This, despite a great deal of interest that I have stumbled across.
I'd love it if we could come together on something.
I envision some (hopefully) inexpensive but good land relatively isolated, but near enough to civilization that we could allow people to visit and learn. If on or near one of our many rivers (a very green state) someone might eventually run a canoeing or camping outfitter. If anyone already has land that could be used, whether by donation or long term (cheap) lease, I'd certainly also be interested
Hi Paul! Martha Hernandez here I just purchased five acres in Henderson off of Mount Gilead Road the land is untouched and full of trees there are some flat areas I need to go out there and survey it apart from a tick problem u.s. dog tick and Rocky mountain tick I know how to get it treated and will be doing so however 5 acres is a pretty good piece and what I envision is similar to what you have mentioned here almost my exact words! So it is a place where I wish to build and have a community of people to come and help build it I wish to keep bees on this land the covenants allow livestock only six of each and buildings to Houston a septic has to be built so this could be a good permaculture project for people wishing to live temporarily or permanently on the mat in order for this to occur I would like to have them attend classes on my land how to build either Cobb or aircrete dome room by room I think would be a good idea? 954-773-5404 is one way to get a hold of me to discuss this further or use my email Marthahernandez.email@example.com
Bill Andrychowski wrote:I'm offering a free place to live for someone that is able or wants to be able to get by without having an offsite job. Comfortable home in north east Connecticut, 12 acres just outside city limits, suitable place to live without owning a car. Retirees welcome. PM to discuss.