My girlfriend and I are interested in building an earthship. We have been studying sustainable and off grid building practices for the past few years, and are finally in the financial position to make a move. We are not limiting ourselves to a specific area of the country, but we would prefer something in the Pacific Northwest. We don’t need a lot of land to ourselves. We must have enough space to start a large production vegetable garden and raise chickens. We highly value the idea of having public land either backing up to the property or very close by.
We are looking for other people that want to go in together on some quality land. The perfect plot of land, not necessarily the biggest, is what we want to focus on. If there is anyone out there who shares similar goals or has some advice to give, we welcome you to contact us.

Joe and Elica

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