Community Mission: To create a hospitable space for people to live in community with wildlife and each other.
My newly forming farm community has had a lot of work put into it already to create a sustainable homestead, and I am eager to share my space and resources with like-minded permaculturists and ecovillagers. My aim is to create a place that provides room for creativity for nature-loving individuals, with shared responsibilities for permaculture activities for both food production and the betterment of the ecosystem, minimal financial burden for residents, and a social, joyful, natural lifestyle.
I would like to find active co-creators in what the space and projects here could look like. My loftier goals include food forests, regenerative agriculture, community-supported agriculture, herbal medicine gardens, rewilding/reforesting and more. I’m very open to ideas, and would like this situation to benefit everyone involved.
My 10-acre piece of land is a lovely countryside spot with woods, pastures, a small pond and creek. I’ve already set up a variety of small-scale permaculture projects, including raised bed and row gardens, rainwater harvesting systems, a small Nubian dairy goat herd with llama companion, beehives, a chicken coop, and my custom built cottagecore yurt that I would like to run as an AirBnB to financially support the property. There are other outbuildings as well (stable, barn, workshop, sheds). I have knowledge and resources to continue to invest in the property and new projects, just not the time!
I have a water well and on-grid electricity hooked up on one side of the property and am currently setting up another utility site on the other side of the property, where there is plenty of room for multiple tiny homes or portable living spaces that community members can bring with them. I am also supportive of building other residences and structures with alternative ecofriendly methods (e.g., straw bale, cob, earthbag). I use graywater recycling systems and composting toilets. Animals are also welcome, including larger animals like horses in certain areas.
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- Taylor Beyea