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EarthBnB--permaculture version of BnB? With teeth?

 
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I'm imagining staying at a bnb that has compost toilets, no toxic tick allowed, a special bucket for guests who are taking any gicky or unknown medication.

Violate the no-antibiotics rule and poop in the compost toilet? Your host can give you a bad review that effectively gets you banned from pemiesbnb.

Cut corners or fail the eco poser test? Your guests can downvote you.

That's as far as I've got with this idea.

It could be a section of permies.com somehow.

Some people are really looking for ecological rigor, and wont mind that the site isn't run like a hotel.  For these people it's a plus in fact.

Thoughts? Did someone already start a thread on this?

Btw, I'm doing a Workaway, sort of similar to wwooffing but less time commitment and more varied needs.  I wish I saw some permies on there...
 
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