| December 13, 2016

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I’m looking for a commune I can go stay at I am 36 years old male single I’m currently staying in Missouri I have a 22 foot Winnebago RV that I live in I have no family as my dad passed away November 2nd I have a dirtbike I carry on the back of my Winnebago if anybody can help me please message me and point me in a Direction and contact information I’m lost and I’m looking for my calling in life if anyone can help me I’ll be forever in your grace’s thank you

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4 Responses to “I’m looking for off the grid living within a community”

  1. Selfsufficientinnature

    Hi there,

    I just saw your ad on the internet and want to present what we are loking for and what we have to offer:

    Likeminded people wanted for self sufficient life on organic wilderness farm in BC, Canada

    My wife and I live with our kids (9 and 13) and animals (sheep, chicken, geese, horses, dogs, llamas etc.) almost self sufficient and home schooling on a big ranch and organic farm on a huge lake with pure drinking water in Central BC, Canada.

    Our fertile land is almost 3,000 feet (900 meters) high and located circa 150 miles (240 km inland) from the Pacific Ocean in the west. We are protected from west winds coming from the Pacific and Japan by the Coast Mountains (up to 13,186 ft or 4,019 metres high). Our Geiger Counter, that we use daily since Fukushima, shows still 14-15 counts per minute of normal natural radioactivity. The Coast Mountains seem to direct pollution from acid rain to radioactivity, coming from the west, over our heads inland towards the Rockies in the east. Big cities, industries, active volcanos, fault lines and earthquake zones are far away. Our big gardens, increasingly based on permaculture, as well as the abundance of fish in the lake, wildlife, berries, mushrooms and plants in the surrounding wilderness (Crown Land), provide a reliable, organic food source.

    We are well accessible on two different roads, by boat and small aircraft (our airstrip is 2,000 feet or 600 metres long).

    Self sustainable life in harmony with nature is our daily practice for many years and our safe haven is finally in place after 15 years of work. One of the new projects on the ranch that attracts us with our backgrounds in science and business is a Seminar- and Research Centre for holistic health.

    We are looking for some like minded people, ideally with children and important skills, who want to live and prepare with us on the ranch during these tough times and maybe want to live here longer no matter what really happens. People, who can also tolerate, that we do not go to any church but found “our church” in nature.

    If you are interested, please respond by email and tell us a bit about your situation, skills and plans.

    If this is not for you, maybe you can pass this on to other families interested.

    Greetings from BC,


  2. matapeake

    should check out a community that is rebuilding in virginia
    84 acres now starting from scratch again
    at one time was on hip forums with nearly 30,000 views and posts
    squabbling amongst a couple communatarians made the owner chuck the listing
    donkeys, alittle poultry, had started a rabbitry, sunchokes was a cash crop that worked but only with the people there for the labor, have had RVers boondock there for a quarter of the cost of a traditional campground, in central virginia near a nice small town with all amenities, about 19 minutes away
    had a dozen people there a few years ago and started to build but people drifted away, personal demons, pregnancy, drugs…the usual
    the place is pretty primitive but hidden and has potential
    shouldn’t have to say this but if you are abusive, drug addicted or mentally unstable, stay away
    drop me a line for more,
    semi-off grid
    a real nice retired woman owner

  3. Erik Shaw

    No I haven’t found anything that I want to do yet

  4. WanderingVegabond

    same here…did you find anything??


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