Are you looking to go off the grid ?
To get out and away from these stressful times and become self sufficient?
Then why not come join us …..
We are a small but growing mostly off grid homestead commune looking for others to join us…..
25 beautiful acres with a pond, main house with electric and water. Swimming pool and hot tub
We raise all kinds of farm animals and grow large gardens to preserve as much of our own food as possiable. Adding an orchard this summer and fall.
Working towards being self sufficient.
We work together as a “family”
Combining all of our incomes no matter how small or large to pay all the bills and everyone lives on the same level, no one has less and no one has more
We make all decisions as a whole
Any lifestyle, religion, sexual preference. All walks of life and backgrounds
Must have own living quarters .. ei. RV, camper, van, bus, tiny cabin plans to build small cabin etc …
We do occasionally have room in the main house for 4-6 people until you get your own living quarters, depending on how many are living there at the time
Seeking long term / permanent members Adults only, 18 and older with some sort of income no matter how small as there is very little work in this area. Will consider a single person with one child or couple with one maybe two ( this would have to be discussed by the members)
Trades such as selling your homemade items online, farmers markets, trade shows, swap meets etc. or a monthly income such as retirement, disability or remote work or unemployment.
Hard working, love for animals and nature and a willingness to be a part of an awesome group !
We would love to hear from you and talk to see if we are a fit for you and you for us
Email us and let’s talk further !!
Thanks ! Peace ☮️✌️
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