I’m getting tired of the hustle and bustle of capitalism and the fast paced lifestyle. My ideal lifestyle is not completely off-grid, I’m not totally against tech., I just want a slower paced lifestyle where I can work hard and enjoy my down time.

My idea would be 4-5 other people/families working together to support the land and each other, but also allowing for personal space. I am a blacksmith and welder, so a workshop would be crucial for me. My ideal time frame would be before next spring.

Looking for other like minded individuals to help me forge a vision for the property and really create a community. If it matters, I’m a 30 year old white male. Hope to hear from others soon, Let’s get a plan going!

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4 Responses to “Looking for homestead partners in Maine!”

  1. Jessica Morey

    Interested, I’m not that far from you. What about dogs?

  2. Leon

    Forgot to put my e-mail in the post, leon.couturieriii@gmail.com please reach me there!

  3. Gen Agustsson

    i was neutral about technology for years.

    • Kristian King

      hey like ur profile picture. also to the original poster. i am a 30yr old military veteran looking to live in an off grid community and be a very helpful member. I am a chef but I am skilled in construction, farming and planting. Anything I don’t know I can learn pretty quickly and I’m always eager to learn new skills and help others. hope to here back from someone soon.

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