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Seeking eco-friendly roommate

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Location: Missoula
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I recently became the official owner of a 3-bedroom trailer on a grassy lot in the heart of westside missoula, a very short walking distance from the Missoula Food Co-op (an extra nice perk as far as i'm concerned). At present, 2 of the bedrooms are occupied (with me in one bedroom, and a couple I'm renting to in the other). Would like to rent the 3rd bedroom to someone who also strives to live a permaculture-oriented lifestyle, without having to feel puritanical about it. I've already begun work on transforming some of the grass outside into a gardening area where I plan to experiment and play with growing perennials and herbs, and if other roommates want to garden as well, I'm sure we can find enough spots outside for everyone to have an area where they can do their thing. One aspiration I have for the summer is to build a rocket mass heater in the central dining room area, and possibly host a work party (or maybe even multiple parties) to solicit help in getting it designed and built, bribing guests with organically prepared food.

So anyway, if anyone is interested in renting a small but affordable bedroom in an old 1970's trailer that aspires to be transformed into an ecologically sustainable dwelling, the room is $260 / month + 1/3 share of utilities. Would like to find someone to move in by the beginning of April if possible.
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The new old trailer, preparing land outdoors for spring
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