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Very interested, but understand this could be a bit of a process to get off the ground.  We are in Boise but love northern Idaho so much more.  Would love to get a chat going with anyone interested in the topic to discuss more on the idea.  

Feel free to reach out T_c_13@hotmail.com.  

In the meantime, enjoy the frosty weather.
 
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Lots of interest lately, YAY.



How far are you from Salmon? I've got my own place I will starting up just outside of town up there. Be nice to start meeting some regional partners to work with. I would like to get to the point to see if we can't find some beneficial trades between the homesteads. Let me know! tylszymanski@gmail.com

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Aloha, I have the eyes to see and ears to hear. My background is in filmmaking and media production .media literacy. by any means necesssary.  I was an executive chef for nearly 12 years (it continues). I spent three years in deep southern Mexico building permaculture environments (lakes, rocket stoves, inverse siphoning, domes, etc.) I have electrical engineering experience and a productive idea for power generation and complex off-grid solutions. If you still read this forum, i'm in Idaho as well, writing for a newspaper and preparing community solutions. Ready to move and join people who can also see. Joy!
 
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At least a 6 hour drive from you. I'm in the north Panhandle. I love the idea I have often thought trades between communities would be smart.

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Lots of interest lately, YAY.



How far are you from Salmon? I've got my own place I will starting up just outside of town up there. Be nice to start meeting some regional partners to work with. I would like to get to the point to see if we can't find some beneficial trades between the homesteads. Let me know! tylszymanski@gmail.com

Tyler

 
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Hello Isaiah, nice to hear from you. Joy to you as well. You have a very diverse background, impressive. Lets talk. Purple moosage me here or you can email me opal.althoff@gmail.com
Would love to  

Isaiah Apoksy wrote:Aloha, I have the eyes to see and ears to hear. My background is in filmmaking and media production .media literacy. by any means necesssary.  I was an executive chef for nearly 12 years (it continues). I spent three years in deep southern Mexico building permaculture environments (lakes, rocket stoves, inverse siphoning, domes, etc.) I have electrical engineering experience and a productive idea for power generation and complex off-grid solutions. If you still read this forum, i'm in Idaho as well, writing for a newspaper and preparing community solutions. Ready to move and join people who can also see. Joy!

 
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Hello Tom, I will email you soon.

Tom Jackson wrote:Very interested, but understand this could be a bit of a process to get off the ground.  We are in Boise but love northern Idaho so much more.  Would love to get a chat going with anyone interested in the topic to discuss more on the idea.  

Feel free to reach out T_c_13@hotmail.com.  

In the meantime, enjoy the frosty weather.

 
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Join us on a journey. Let's build a village together, put forth our time and effort. We want to do this now. No time like the present.
We need free thinkers, healers, artist, musicians, crafters, builders etc. the list goes on. Off grid, self-reliant village with alternative energy production (passive hydro, solar etc.). Our brilliant permaculture minds is key to building a working system. Home ideas, yurts, geodesic domes, earthships, Mike Oehler style etc. Underground year round greenhouses? The vision: a hippy hobbit village with Gardens, fire circles, outdoor/indoor kitchen/communal space, Office/library area, kids schooling/play area. Private living spaces. A public space for future plans of world domination( lol hehehe, just kidding, I couldn't resist) really for educational outreach, gatherings, events, healing retreats, primitive skills, PDC's, cob classes, etc. We never know Divine's plan for us, being open and flexible is important. My hope is to live in a village where all walks of life can co-exists. Have conversations about beliefs, ideas, differences, without anger, fear or judgement but still respectfully disagree. If you can do that, come join us. Info about myself, I am a 2nd year wiccan priestess, nature & earth is the main reason for my spiritual path. I would like to have events like Pagan pride and or full moon drum circles, etc. You are welcome to join in or stay out but just be open and respectful. Freedom is of the utmost importance. There is no right or wrong when it comes to Spiritual truths in my opinion.
We are all beautiful and unique pieces of this giant picture we call the Universe. We as those puzzle pieces, can create one amazing and unique picture (village) if we put all our different ideas in, to work together for the greater good of all community members and the world around us.
Hopefully this resonates. Message me here or email me at opal.althoff@gmail.com. Please put "Community Freedom Village" in the subject.
 
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Hi Richardo, send me an email so we can speak in more detail. opal.althoff@gmail.com

richardo smith wrote:i have musical skills, service and repair, basic chemistry, of grid computing, survival skills, and the list goes on and on. i am looking to find a forever home

 
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Balance within ourselves balances the outside world. Our perception is Key.

nova lee wrote:I love this and am looking to join or create a community to live together off grid preferably not owned by a male and for sure not male dominated. My only reservation is the current politics in Idaho.

 
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Would love to speak with you and your wife in more detail. I have emailed you I will try again soon opal.althoff@gmail.com

Anthony Hawk wrote:My wife and myself are very interested in joining we currently live in Oregon and are ready to move to Idaho to join you people. We are well trained in protection,construction, gardening and more. Please let us know if we may come for a visit. We also have $$ . Phone us at 458-247 8658  or email us at foxxhawk57@gmail.com.  sincerely Anthony Hawk

 
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Can't wait for all the visits this Spring. If anyone else wants to visit. May is the soonest. email me opal.althoff@gmail.com
 
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I will be adding to this and writing a new post asap. We have had so many changes since I first wrote the post, and I can't seem to get the first comment edited.

Opal-Lia Palmer wrote:Join us on a journey. Let's build a village together, put forth our time and effort. We want to do this now. No time like the present.
We need free thinkers, healers, artist, musicians, crafters, builders etc. the list goes on. Off grid, self-reliant village with alternative energy production (passive hydro, solar etc.). Our brilliant permaculture minds is key to building a working system. Home ideas, yurts, geodesic domes, earthships, Mike Oehler style etc. Underground year round greenhouses? The vision: a hippy hobbit village with Gardens, fire circles, outdoor/indoor kitchen/communal space, Office/library area, kids schooling/play area. Private living spaces. A public space for future plans of world domination( lol hehehe, just kidding, I couldn't resist) really for educational outreach, gatherings, events, healing retreats, primitive skills, PDC's, cob classes, etc. We never know Divine's plan for us, being open and flexible is important. My hope is to live in a village where all walks of life can co-exists. Have conversations about beliefs, ideas, differences, without anger, fear or judgement but still respectfully disagree. If you can do that, come join us. Info about myself, I am a 2nd year wiccan priestess, nature & earth is the main reason for my spiritual path. I would like to have events like Pagan pride and or full moon drum circles, etc. You are welcome to join in or stay out but just be open and respectful. Freedom is of the utmost importance. There is no right or wrong when it comes to Spiritual truths in my opinion.
We are all beautiful and unique pieces of this giant picture we call the Universe. We as those puzzle pieces, can create one amazing and unique picture (village) if we put all our different ideas in, to work together for the greater good of all community members and the world around us.
Hopefully this resonates. Message me here or email me at opal.althoff@gmail.com. Please put "Community Freedom Village" in the subject.

 
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https://youtu.be/356s8ZYU55o?si=FYLBpA4gCxU6N1WV  

Opal-Lia Palmer wrote:I'm looking for others to join me on a journey. If you have funds or not,  it doesn't matter. Join me financially or put forth your time and effort for the community which benefits you and all who share the land.  I want to do this now, not years from now. No time like the present. Let start living on land now being creative in the space. I am in North Idaho currently in Bonner County near the Montana Border I have 1.5 acres lets meet up. I have some funds and just need others to join me. If we join funds it is even better to find larger lands.
This dream needs others and can not be done alone.
We need free thinkers, builders, growers, healers, artists, musicians, etc. the list goes on. Land with springs and streams with south facing areas ideal. Off the grid is the goal, a self-reliant village. Alternative forms of energy production. Using our creative brilliant permaculture minds together is key to building a working running system that works. Home ideas, Yurts, geodesic domes, earth ships, Mike Oehler style underground houses. A definite need is underground year round greenhouses. For fun Natural swimming hole/pond. A requirement of the mind, Living far outside the box and being able to dream big and really believe in that dream, even when people say it can't be done you do it anyway.  
The vision: A community area to include, Gardens, fire circle for voluntary social gatherings, outdoor/indoor kitchen/community hall, Office/library internet area, kids community wild schooling/play area, community cob craft cottages ( palatable cob) Each one (built in a large circle) for a different work /craft space. Leather works, sewing, Jewelry repair/ making, wood works, painting, etc. For all to share and care for.
A back chunk of the property for privacy and private living spaces with enough room to relax and self reflect even a personal garden space.
A front part of the property with good road access to designate as public space for future plans of world domination( lol hehehe, just kidding, I couldn't resist) really for educational outreach, gatherings, events, healing retreats, etc.
I will say the plan needs to be able to flow and be flexible, "sometimes on the way to a dream we get lost and find a better one" ( quote by unknown Author). We never know Divine's plan for us, being open and flexible is a positive thing. Of course getting back to nature should be important and on the top of the list.  I am vegetarian, ( you don't need to be) I would love to have animal systems in the works. Chickens for eggs, milk share with goats and sheep, for dairy, cheeses and soap making possibly wool too. If villagers want to raise their own meat, that could be possible with humane permaculture principles and or ethical hunting practices.
My hope is to create and live in a village where all walks of life can co-exists. Have a conversation about our differences, our beliefs, ideas and be okay without anger, fear or judgement. With a bit of childlike curiosity you can see from a new perspective and still respectively disagree. If you can do that, come join us. Open Minded.  
I am a wiccan priestess and nature and earth is the main reason for my spiritual path. I am very open about who I am and don't plan on hiding it. I would like to have events like Pagan pride and or full moon drum circles, etc. You are welcome to join in or stay out but just be open to them happening, because Freedom is of the utmost importance. I am open to all other paths. Can you be open to mine? There is no right or wrong when it comes to Spiritual truths in my opinion.  Freedom is key, no mask, no jab.  Are you able to see past the fear used to control us? Join me in healthy freedom of the mind and body.
We are all beautiful and unique pieces of this giant picture we call the Universe.  When it comes to all beliefs, spiritual, fiscal, political, mental, personal, etc. we, as those puzzle pieces, can create one amazing and unique picture (village) if we put all our different ideas in ,to work together for the greater good of all community members and the world around us.
Hopefully this resonates with a few of you out there. I look forward to hearing form you, so much more to discuss. Message me here or email me at opal.althoff@gmail.com Please put " Community Freedom Village" in the subject. I get so many emails I don't want to loose track.
Love, Light and Fireflies Beautiful souls
Opal
PS. Something I forgot to mention. No cigarettes, No drugs, on land at all. In your own private space you may partake in alcohol as long as it doesn't become a problem for yourself or other villagers. 420 is not recreationally legal in Idaho and would need to be discussed and agreed upon by village members in the future.  

 
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Please watch!!!
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I'm not online much please be patient with me, it can take a while for me to respond to emails. I love being outside in the forest not on my computer. Also I get tons of emails! Some get lost or go to spam. If you feel like weeks go by and you haven't heard,,, send again,  I wont be bothered. Love light and fireflies beautiful souls <3
 
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Hi I’m curious as to how things are going? I would love to be involved
 
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Rachelle Lopez wrote:Hi I’m curious as to how things are going? I would love to be involved


Hi Rachelle, Things are going slow. I have had visitors but no residence's yet. A single Vegetarian mom with one child is moving here in a few weeks.  Just trusting Divine and divine timing to send the right light tribe. Living on beautiful, forested, peaceful, quiet, 15 acres with the songs of the frogs at night and loving every minute of it. loving life.  Filled with so much gratitude.
Can't wait to hear from you soon. Purple moosage and we can talk more if you like
 
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I'm sorry to have dropped out of the discussion,  big life changes and attitude adjustments in the last 18 months and I sort of lost time.   I'm reading backwards to catch up.   It's the sort of thing I'm looking towards, not sure if this one is "my" right fit, but so much possibility.  

My first thought/question:   I have dogs.  Dogs are a BIG part of my life,  I am a professional dog trainer and German Shepherds are "my" breed.   I make sure my dogs are good neighbors,  keep them contained, and don't let them run loose.  They are trained to herd/protect and coexist with my own livestock (although at the moment moved to the city and only have rabbits and one old indoor cat).   Any issues with dogs being kept on personal areas of property, or expectations of letting other people/dogs run freely into the private areas?   This would matter to me, although I realize it's not a lifestyle concern or priority for many.   I do eat keto/carnivore and grow most of my own of what I eat for fruit/veg.  I'd love to again have a small number of ducks and sheep.  Katahdin sheep are excellent mowers/grazers/browsers for land management!!  I'd probably do a bit of work off site (teaching dog training) on a part time basis for a big of spending cash and penny saving.

Growing zone 3,  seems challenging.  What are winters like?  I experience cold as painful and leaving MA winters/ snow clean up is a big consideration for me.  I'm seeing varying things about Idaho winter, seems it spans a pretty big range depending on parts of Idaho, any input on that?   I don't mind cool,  manageable light snowfalls.   But weeks of multiple feet of snow and sub 0 temps is not my thing anymore LOL.  

I've lived very rural,  while not off-grid it wouldn't be a big leap.  Ok, I'm about go to back and read backwards through this thread until I'm all caught up here.  

I run my own small business and have multiple animals and live alone, so trying to figure out logistics of travelling to visit places is a frustrating conundrum for me!

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Heather Staas wrote:I'm sorry to have dropped out of the discussion,  big life changes and attitude adjustments in the last 18 months and I sort of lost time.   I'm reading backwards to catch up.   It's the sort of thing I'm looking towards, not sure if this one is "my" right fit, but so much possibility.  

My first thought/question:   I have dogs.  Dogs are a BIG part of my life,  I am a professional dog trainer and German Shepherds are "my" breed.   I make sure my dogs are good neighbors,  keep them contained, and don't let them run loose.  They are trained to herd/protect and coexist with my own livestock (although at the moment moved to the city and only have rabbits and one old indoor cat).   Any issues with dogs being kept on personal areas of property, or expectations of letting other people/dogs run freely into the private areas?   This would matter to me, although I realize it's not a lifestyle concern or priority for many.   I do eat keto/carnivore and grow most of my own of what I eat for fruit/veg.  I'd love to again have a small number of ducks and sheep.  Katahdin sheep are excellent mowers/grazers/browsers for land management!!  I'd probably do a bit of work off site (teaching dog training) on a part time basis for a big of spending cash and penny saving.

Growing zone 3,  seems challenging.  What are winters like?  I experience cold as painful and leaving MA winters/ snow clean up is a big consideration for me.  I'm seeing varying things about Idaho winter, seems it spans a pretty big range depending on parts of Idaho, any input on that?   I don't mind cool,  manageable light snowfalls.   But weeks of multiple feet of snow and sub 0 temps is not my thing anymore LOL.  

I've lived very rural,  while not off-grid it wouldn't be a big leap.  Ok, I'm about go to back and read backwards through this thread until I'm all caught up here.  

I run my own small business and have multiple animals and live alone, so trying to figure out logistics of travelling to visit places is a frustrating conundrum for me!

Heather



I hope your big changes and adjustments were a great one <3. The earth collective is going through such wonderful, beautiful, love and energy shifts at this time but may not always feel easy or smooth in this transition it is for our highest good.  When It comes to dogs, it will be on a case by case basis. I love animals I have 3 dogs and 3 cats. The cats spend days outside with peace and freedom. I have been enjoying the deer and wildlife. Dogs can be destructive to that. I don't think the land can handle many more dogs. For you personally I think you would do better looking in Southern Idaho maybe Boise but outside the city of course. We are in Northern Idaho Zone 6b. Winters are not the northeast but we do get 5 feet of snow and it does stay all winter. Typically our winters stay around 20 degrees F but we do get cold storms that go below 0 and last maybe a week. But Idaho is a mysterious lady when It comes to weather. We stay in a hibernate and live by the seasons I love following mother earths lead, As humans we seem to go go go and never rest. Winter should be a time of rest and recoup. I love to do inward soul work and craft, etc all winter. We work hard and prepare all fall to hunker down for winter. No shoveling, no plowing, no reason to drive in the bad weather. I understand that is not for everyone. but some might just love it and thrive. Mike Ohler and Paul Wheaton have great wofati and underground green house ideas. I would like to do some here to keep our food season going longer/year round and have some citrus and avocados trees.  The property will have No Wifi on the land but wired with ethernet cables and switch boxes with really good internet. Cell phones don't work up here well, but do in town. This is a removal of matrix systems as much as possible. Living in more harmony with our souls and the soul of earth to do the deep healing work that our soul and the divine mother has sent us here to do. There is a community in Southern Idaho with horse therapy you may try them. I really like there mission. They are on FIC Dream river ranch https://www.ic.org/directory/find/?community_status=&search=Idaho. I wish you all the best <3
 
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Thank you so much for the thoughts and info!  It sounds wonderful but maybe not right for me.  With animals to tend I do end up outdoors all year round and I just can't do the cold like I used to!  If I end up out your way I'd love to come and visit though!  Can't wait to see and hear more about how it all develops for you.

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Heather Staas wrote:Thank you so much for the thoughts and info!  It sounds wonderful but maybe not right for me.  With animals to tend I do end up outdoors all year round and I just can't do the cold like I used to!  If I end up out your way I'd love to come and visit though!  Can't wait to see and hear more about how it all develops for you.

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Heather, A Visit sounds lovely. Thank you, me too and I will keep posting :-)
 
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My name is Randy I'm a guy and my dog's name is Aria she's a girl and very friendly. I live in Laclede Idaho. Aria and I are looking for a better way of thinking and life. We are very self-sufficient Off the Grid, independent and very open-minded and we love the mother. My email is rmesec@gmail.com or text me at 208-597-6582. Thank you
 
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Hi Randy,  Are you vegetarian? we should keep talking and set up a meet. We live just over the river from you to the south.

Randy Mesec wrote:My name is Randy I'm a guy and my dog's name is Aria she's a girl and very friendly. I live in Laclede Idaho. Aria and I are looking for a better way of thinking and life. We are very self-sufficient Off the Grid, independent and very open-minded and we love the mother. My email is rmesec@gmail.com or text me at 208-597-6582. Thank you

 
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