I have two adjoining 6.15 acre parcels of land, one that I plan on selling and the other I plan on keeping, for now. I’d like to sell or lease my western parcel to a fellow practitioner of permaculture/regenerative ag/sustainable homesteading. The land is located several miles off highway 140 via gravel roads in Klamath County which is outside of Fremont Winema national forest, about 45 miles northeast of Klamath Falls. Near the town of Beatty. Property sits on a north-facing slope with views of the valley, nearby forest, mountains, and rocky outcrops. Nearby well depths are 100-300′ deep, and there is also good opportunity for rainwater collection, you’d be surprised how much you can catch! Water is available for delivery from local companies, as well. Solar (or wind) power would be good options. The property is forested with mature western juniper, ponderosa pine, and many native shrubs, including currant species. There is a shared dirt driveway (in progress) with a locked gate, the north and west perimeter is fenced (2/3 since it is a triangle). There is good opportunity here to build a high desert food forest and show people in this region how we can green the drylands sustainably through earthworks and conscious design. I believe this also is a great climate for building cob/strawbale dwellings with earthship principles. Would be lovely to have more like-minded people out here! For the 6.15 acres I’m asking $30,000. Could be willing to do a rent to own contract, or work something out with the right person. Let’s talk!
-Less than 10 Minutes from the national forest
-55 minutes to Klamath Falls
-1 hr 30 minutes to Crater Lake Rim village
-1 hr 30 minutes to the Cascades (Lake of the Woods area)
-2 hrs to Medford/Ashland
-2 hrs 15 minutes to Mt Shasta
-2 hrs 30 minutes to Bend
-3 hrs 20 minutes to Eugene
-4 hrs to the Redwoods (Jedidiah Smith)
-4 hrs 30 minutes to beaches in Crescent City
-5 hrs to Portland
-6 hrs 45 minutes to San Francisco
Overall it is a pretty central location to a lot of great places all over Oregon and surrounding states in the west, but yet is out far enough away from the hustle and bustle where you can feel some solitude.
For those that care about native plants, I’ve noticed the following: yarrow, blue frasera, sicklepod rockcress, miner’s lettuce, sulfur buckwheat, sand lily, goosefoot violet, woolypod milkvetch, old man’s whiskers, chocolate lily, western flax, bi-lobed larkspur, dwarf monkeyflower, sagebrush mariposa lily, among many others, some of which have historically been used by Native Americans who previously resided here. Obsidian Arrowheads have also been found here.
To see the land being utilized by caretakers who have a beautiful vision in harmony with nature and permaculture ethics.
The same as short term
Vacant / Wildlife habitat
I also have nursery soil in a pile that can be used freely, as well as some mushroom compost.
Currently none on the property for sale, but I'd consider helping someone build. We have two types of greenhouses on our lot that we built, so we can share that knowledge.
Tools, some building supplies such as metal, wood, hoop bender for greenhouse, etc
Zoning is R2 (Residential)
The driveway is shared and to get up to our lot,, it cuts through a portion of the 6.15 acres for sale/lease in this ad, but I'm happy to make arrangements so both parties are happy.
Keeping an open mind, open communication, and sharing perspectives. No discrimination here.
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