Last updated: December 17, 2014 (3 days ago)
Listing created on: November 8, 2012
(Tyler County, Texas, United States)
- Status: Forming
- Formed: 2012
- Visitors accepted: Yes
- Open to new Members: Yes
- Website address: http://aponigardens.weebly.com/
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aponigardens
Visitors accepted: Yes
Send me an email describing yourself: your interest, hobbies, aspirations, goals, experiences, what social issues are most important to you, what you have to offer our community and enterprises, what your ideal ecovillage would be like, what types of things you find intolerable, what types of chores you are not willing to do, what types of chores you enjoy doing, your overall perspective of life on Earth or Creation.
Open to new Members: Yes
The current conditions are best for someone who has their own off grid and fully self contained RV, but we will also consider experienced primitive campers who have their own mode of transportation, gear, and supplies. Otherwise, be able to dump in the woods as does the bear, holy man, or be able to use a composting toilet, and shower out of doors.
The Aponi Gardens ecovillage aspires to become fully self sufficient and live in balance with creation.
I am a life long naturalist that currently owns 12 acres of very biologically diverse land in rural East Texas and a separate small recreational lot in a rural type area that is very close to upscale urban/suburban communities. I am looking for honest, like minded individuals to partner with that are able to contribute to and help build an intentional community and eco-village.
Here are some of my interest: organic gardening, wildlife gardening, foraging, mycology, animal husbandry, holistic living, aquaculture, food forest, and permaculture.
We currently have electricity, phone, internet, and sufficient rain water catchments.
The current conditions are best for someone who has their own off grid, off road, and fully self contained RV, tiny home, but we will also consider experienced primitive campers who have their own mode of transportation, gear, and supplies.