Finding the Land That’s Right for You

October 19, 2015 at 10:19 am 1 comment

How do you choose land to live on from a permaculture perspective? Whether it’s big acreage or a town lot, intelligently evaluating the fit between you and a parcel of land is the key to living comfortably and meeting your land-hunting goals.

I’ve made some good decisions in choosing land, and I’ve made some not so good ones. I’ve also been around many people while they were searching for a place to live, and I’ve learned some important lessons. Those lessons may not apply to everyone, but I hope you’ll at least think long and hard before ignoring these basic guidelines.

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Read Finding the Land That’s Right for You by Toby Hemenway at Pattern Literacy.

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Entry filed under: How-To, Permaculture, Resilience.

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