[before_listing id=460 images= youtube=null] I am a 43 years old with a wife and a young daughter. We want to get a piece of land to start a self sustaining life close to nature. I am a beekeeper and also want to do aquaponics in a geodesic dome greenhouse, along with regular farming, orchard and berry fields. We are looking for about 5 acres of land with a bit of forest with a creek if possible, we need only part of the land to be good for farming, the rest can be cultivated in over ground greenhouses. We want a quiet environment, not too close to a highway or electric grid mainframe. We are open to adhere to a group of like minded people to get a larger property and divide it. Currently we do not have sufficient funds available, but hope to be able to get enough to start before the end of the year. I work in constructions and I can build a house on my own with some help.[landbuddy_listing id=460 youtube=null]

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