Old World AquaFarm is an 11 acre setting. We have a 30 x 72 foot greenhouse, 2400 square foot barn and the land is fenced. There are 6 adults and 3 children. nearby schools and shopping. We are raising our own food for us and the animals without chemicals or pesticides. Our first tiny cabin is in place (16 x 24 feet). We have our own water, sewer, ect. Power is optional. We want our place to be totally sustainable and off grid eventually. We have designed a new type of growing system for food. It is similar to AquaPonics yet we call it AquaFarming. Visit us at www.facebook.com/OldWorldAquaFarm for lots of video and information. Our website is currently being revised as we do not sell any products. We do accept donations. We are building everything from scratch. This is an experiment to prove we can support 30-50 people on 11 acres. We will grow our own food, meat, fish, fruit and medicinal plants. We need structured individuals who are willing to donate thier time and some money to the project. It is a drug free community. We are considering committing to a reality network. This will be a self contained, hybrid, docu-sitcom format. People will be voted on and off. Audience participation will be in effect. There is nothing easy about this project. We are going to build a community of people working together for a common goal. We will follow all federal and state laws as well as the community rules to the best of our abilities. This is not a cult. Every individual will practice thier own religious values if any. You can email us for questions and to submit an application to be part of the initial community. (firstname.lastname@example.org) Your request to be part of this community should include your skills, physical ability, members of your group, and any other information you wish to include. Children are welcome.
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