| January 8, 2017

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We are a couple who are looking to go off-grid and create a homestead community. We are looking for people and other couples who are into the same interest and what to help build this community and lifestyle. We are open to all race and age (21 and over). We would like to create this community in Maryland or North Carolina…(open to suggestions).

If you are interest I would love to her from yall!

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5 Responses to “Looking for people to organize and build an Off-Grid Community”

  1. Tubby Tiger

    I’d love to be your companion/dog throughout this journey of
    yours. Please, email me at (Tigerbellyrubs@gmail.com)
    if you’re interested and to receive more details about me.

  2. 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,


  3. homesteaderatheart

    We are currently looking for likeminded individuals as well… but thinking east coast is probably a not so great place… maybe Tennessee or Georgia…. We are in Arkansas and the influx has been too much… every person with a whole lot of fear has been moving in… this will only ignite a tinder box if things go bad… I am looking for out of the way off the coasts areas that can be managed and maintained with the least possible work load in order to build a small community of work minded people…

    • Tubby Tiger

      I’d love to be your companion/dog throughout this journey of
      yours. Please, email me at (Tigerbellyrubs@gmail.com)
      if you’re interested and to receive more details about me.

  4. matapeake

    You should check out my friend sandra who has an 84 acre farm in southcentral virginia…we had a commune going there a few years ago but people drifted away…its semi-off-grid, hidden, lots of potential and the biggest expense, the land, is already in place. She needs some partners to get it going again. Its very primitive but nicely located…long story, a visit to her would be the best plan…amish farms are in the area and a nice small town with all amenities is about 19 minutes away, South Boston Virginia.
    Theres donkeys, alittle poultry, had a rabbitry at one time, asian pear trees and a past successful cash crop – sunchokes, could be restarted…needs people tho to make it work.


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