We are forming Libertarian Village in midcoast Maine. We are dedicated to developing a vibrant local farm business whose generated income supports the farm and its residents. We envision this community to have professionals who desire to secure their future through maintaining a clientele off and on the farm as it fits, and whose needs for life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness are fully supported and able to be achieved through living in the community. Your personal finances are yours alone. They do not belong to the community. Community trade will be conducted using representative money based on the commodity system. Skills and supplies will be negotiated between individuals. All other decisions will be made by majority rule.
We are seeking skilled people including but not limited to the following: farmer, doctor, naturopath/herbalist, vet, seamstress, mechanic/machinist, carpenter, accountant, and survivalist.
What is: A 70-acre existing farm in Knox County, Maine, with approximately 20 acres in woods and the balance in hay fields and pasture, two ponds, and a couple of little brooks and springs. It is equipped with a three-story, 140-foot-long chicken barn, currently used for hay storage; a two-story, 20-stall dairy barn with milking equipment, also currently used for hay storage; a 20-foot band-saw sawmill; a small bulldozer, a small backhoe, three farm tractors, and various farm equipment (manure spreaders, plows, harrows, wood splitters, hay trailers, a tractor-driven generator, and haying equipment).
What will be: A community situated on a diversified farm that grows and preserves its own food, including vegetables and animals, raised and hunted, whose individual members can practice their professions in a free-market community where self-sufficiency is realized and where all members may be freer, more prosperous, and more secure. A nonprofit organization will oversee real estate, both land and buildings, to avoid property taxes. Members will lease their homes and office spaces for 99-year terms to fund community expenses.
Interested parties: Email or call us.
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