[before_listing images= youtube=null] We are looking for land for a family of 7. Our philosophy is that we just want to be able to survive when the collapse comes.

We are looking for cheap undeveloped land preferably with a water source but not required. We want to be able to grow our own food, raise some livestock, and become self sufficient. We don’t want to ba a part of any group that invites drama(drugs/drunks etc). We just want our family to be able to survive whatever comes.
We are interested in solar panels, wind mills or whatever we would need to create our own power source. We have been trying to plan this for a while and realize that there are some areas we need help in. We are looking for something within 2-3 hours of Chattanooga, TN but within Tennessee. We do not want to move any further. We want to raise chickens, goats, pigs and the like so will need a little land to accomplish this. [landbuddy_listing youtube=null]

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4 Responses to “Wanting land for our families survival”

  1. Volunteer Land Consultants

    I have SIX- 45 to 60 acre tracts within 1 hour of Chattanooga. These tracts are priced at $1100 per acre and are not restricted. Secluded land with seasonal creeks and some nice areas for lakes to be built. Most of the land is usable and lays very well. This land is 3.1 miles from power… perfect for living off of the grid.
    Call 423-648-1008 for more info.

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  2. Community Valley

    Hello, i was just wandering
    if your the same person who tried to call me.
    Ive been having problems with my phone.
    Is your name Andrew by any chance. Could
    you e-mail me back if possible.

    Thanks

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  3. Dorothea

    I live in Celina, up near Dale Hollow Lake. Lots of undeveloped land up here priced very reasonable. I could help you guys find something. I know of a few spots. Let me know.

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  4. ALROD

    Hi, Are you guys feeling any quakes yet?
    Check out the USGS web site.New Madrid fault line. Ive been following it lately and the activity is increasing in that area. We have family in that area too. Also check out the US navy maps for that area after the fault opens. I think they are called pole shift maps.
    Then check out the FEMA website about the training for quakes in that area of Tenn. that your in. Just do some research if you want insure your familys survival.

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