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Reaching out to people in Portugal!

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My girlfriend, me and our two dogs are planning to move to Portugal to start a more sustainable life.
We want to get in contact with existing communities, and with like-minded people in general to exchange ideas/experiences!
Philipe and Emily
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Location: Belazaima do Chão, Águeda
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Hi Philippe,

Great that you are planning to try to live in Portugal, we need more like minded people to occupy our rural areas, to live a more sustainable way of living.

Perhaps, you can find a few examples of projects here on this network, depending of the location that you are aiming for.

Here you can find a FB group, which you will find people trying to help.

You are more than welcome to make a visit to the reforestation project that I´m collaborating and starting my own permaculture project.

All the best of luck!

Take Care

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Hi Philipe and Emily

We live near Monsanto, Idanha-a-Nova. We are happy to share information and experiences if you're thinking about this area..
Our facebook page is The Singing Quinta if you want to see what we are up to.

Best regards
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