Now, I am a social entrepreneur (or sustainable entrepreneur), aiming to self-sustaining living for myself, working partners, extended to all, in locals and communities. After years of academic research and educational program in sustainable development, my conclusion is that self-sustaining for livelihood in community-level is critical to make macro change. In 2017, I made the change to myself – relocated to Cottage Grove, Oregon. My desire is to start sustainable farming and community sharing (may begin sharing within a group of working partners). I had engineering background in manufacturing systems, and after worked in multiple universities in research. To prepare for this shift, I took training in a community college in Construction Technology towards a carpentry . The skill learned could be useful for farming and building. One important thing to me is the pursuit of DAO towards spiritual integrity of ONE for all. Basically, it means just doing every good, according to available capacities, in every day for yourself, people associated with you, and all.
Water rights, on-site private well, electricity, barns/workshops (need for building tiny houses)
Only have a back-yard gardening for vegetation, but do have experiences of raising chickens, ducks, pigs and goats in small scale.
Sustaining farming to ensure self-sustaining on both reasonable income and basic livelihood for partnering people and/or families. It's a part of demonstration that mall-scale farming with sharing could make high-degree in self-sustaining.
Success with a proven model in a small group could lead to educational initiatives, which aims to help people and communities to get self-sustaining .
1.1) Will have (is building) own housing solution - outfitter tent on a deck platform w/wood stove - for temporary stay;
1.2) Will build a tiny house for long-term stay with kitchen and bathroom. It has composite toilet system and grey water treatment, which both could be re-used for gardening.
May need use existing kitchen and bathroom for a short period.
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