My husband and I are seeking acreage to live and farm with our two boys–4 and 8. Husband is a currently employed landscape architect/Ecologist and I hope to start a small scale native plant nursery that will compliment his work. We also have experience with edible mushroom cultivation and hope to bring our mushroom logs along and expand our operation to create edible mushrooms to sell. Ideally there would be room for bees, goats, chickens and ducks, as well. We are looking to start the whole homesteading shebang! I’m a born and raised Oregonian, avid gardener, published author, and have been itching to use my knowledge of plant cultivation, seed saving, and mycology to start a small business for some years now. We are keen on the idea of possibly buying the land eventually but it is not necessary. Is your land right for us? Let me know!
Water, septic, electricity, good soil quality. Land that has been organically tended, not sprayed, is ideal. Woodland on the property would be incredible.
I have experience with seed saving, nursery plants, gardens, mycology and mushroom growing, land restoration, biodiversity surveying.
Edible mushroom cultivation, vegetable start hoop house, native plant nursery. After those are established I'd like to get bees, goats, ducks, and chickens.
Same as the short term but expanded visions of permaculture and native wildflower fields to be cultivated for seed.
Ideally there will be some form of housing for our family, but we are willing to try trailer living (Spring next year). If we are permanent residents we will need strong Wifi for my husband's job as Landscape Ecologist.
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