Megan Carlisle wrote:Hi there,
Intrigued by your post, I am a permaculture teacher and my husband is a master multimedia artist, we are currently in Ecuador working on writing permaculture curriculum for Bio-remediation. we are looking to expatriate from the chaos of the United states but are struggling to get residency as we don't make a living in a legible by governments manor. It is my understanding that at a US citizen I don't need any paper to live in work in the US commonwealth. Is that true?
Ultimately i would love to know more about how you decided on saipan and if you are happy about your decision to move there...
Dale Hodgins wrote:I have also chosen island life. We are only searching the Eastern visayas region of the Philippines, where my wife is from. I'm saying goodbye to winter, and getting into the production of dried leaf and spices for the export market.
The major challenge will be to fit into a society where I have far more wealth than the average person. We will offer free educational opportunities to those around us, and help others sell export products, but I won't be running a charity. Nobody will be given money.
Can you hear that? That's my theme music. I don't know where it comes from. Check under this tiny ad:
the permaculture bootcamp in winterhttps://permies.com/t/149839/permaculture-projects/permaculture-bootcamp-winter