[before_listing images=http://www.www.off-grid.net/wp-content/uploads/ad7e0d36a48160393232e10597655187.jpg youtube=null] Ohio land isn’t cheap. If we get a group of folks with a few thousand each we can start something. Vegan couple 45 and 55 with 4 grandkids 6, 8, 8 and 11 want to go in on land for a cooperative permaculture, hugelculture, organic gardening/farming, natural building and off grid community. I’m a freelance digital illustrator and can work anywhere with a small solar power system (got one) and satellite internet. We can build a village of cob or strawbale or earthship homes, maybe a community center as a kitchen to start, then gradually branch off to have our own lots. Lets move to the most economically depressed areas we can find and make it work for us without the need for a walmart. Grow our own gardens, share knowledge and work. Prefer not to raise livestock for food cuz we like critters. firstname.lastname@example.org[landbuddy_listing images=http://www.www.off-grid.net/wp-content/uploads/ad7e0d36a48160393232e10597655187.jpg youtube=null]
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