May 122022
 

Hi im Will , just signed up didnt think it would come to this but the way our elected elites are driving this world into the ground i  dont want to be stuck in a city(Sudbury) when the SHTF. Im retired, Just wondering if there’s any communal or farmland co-op type thing , i can do carpentry, gardening ,mechanically inclined, hunting, fishing, foraging, all around Mcgyver !

Dont know whats out there ,  let me know ,prefferably in Ontario area. Email is( [email protected])

Nov 272021
 

Location is in Ontario, Canada.
I live on the land, there are 35 acres.
Water, ponds, wildlife, bush, streams.
I also have a cabin I could rent but cannot be finished until the spring.
Unorganized Township.
Free winter camping in exchange for some help.
Please when you email me send me info on where you are , age, experience.
Thank you.

Oct 282021
 

Hello, For the last decade, I have homesteaded on my organic farm between Toronto & Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. I am interested in talking to serious preppers who would be interested in seasonal or permanent intentional community here.

Would you rather bug out? There is a special opportunity to try out your skills. Shoot me an email.

Farm is a paradise of meadows, 15 acres hardwood forest. Soil is excellent. I raise cattle, sheep, poultry. I log/ farm with draft animals. Permaculture gardens, homestead orchard and food forest. I have a huge farm kitchen well-designed for food preservation, cheese, fermentation etc.

Currently, I have established community working for a few hours, months and taking home organic foods. However, I wish to expand that to folks living on farm during the full growing season in 2022 who are interested in mutually growing/ putting down food for ourselves and fostering the preparedness of this farm. This is the next step toward establishing a small, permanent intentional community. I believe the best aspect of preparation is a strong, united community sharing skills, knowledge, assets and abilities.

The right candidates share similar values, good self-awareness/ social skills and able to do the physical work of food production and enjoy working together towards self-sufficiency. Must demonstrate history of prepping skills. They would need to supply their sleeping accommodation such as a yurt, a 10′ X 10′ cabin or a shepherd’s hut. (I’d help build.) Tents have successfully been used as well. Main house is central community area.

Particularly interested in folks with carpentry skills, Schutzhund/ Ring/IPO training, hunting, community building. Skills can be traded for food, land use.

Consider community preppers: I come with references from folks who have stayed at the farm for 3-6 months at a time. Most return and stay in touch. Best wishes for your own prepping.

Aug 172021
 

Looking for preppers & or groups in the kingston and surrounding area.

Single 41 yr old female prepper

Interested in gardening, foraging, food preservation, homesteading

Plan to start a food preservation business, have everything I need to get started except space & produce

Looking for like minded individuals to talk to and potentially a business partner if the right circumstances presented themselves

Country girl at heart stuck in the city due to finances and I dont drive which complicates things

Searching for my escape from the chaos and bs of the society we’re all surviving today. Life can be different

If interested in chatting feel free to message me [email protected]

 Posted by at 8:21 pm
Nov 102020
 

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Greetings,

Christian homesteading/ preppers in North Central Ontario.  We are looking to connect with other preppers and given the right circumstances, maybe more.

 

Sep 062020
 

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The proposed concept as follows:
The intention will be a 4 season, principal residence for all owners due to each being of a specific skill set required to support each other on a daily basis.
Registering a new Christian non-profit corporation to purchase a 100+ acreage, northwest of Peterborough, then selling the ½ acre lots in the form of “Life—Lease” ownership with a (odd number for voting purposes), small board of directors (partners) maintaining control and earn cash flow for the corporation from maintaining the common areas.
The Non-Profit Corporation that owns and manages this Christian community, will sell a limited number of ½ acre lots. The “Life-Lease” agreement is restricted to “Owner Occupancy Only” with a maximum of direct family “Owner Occupants” with permission of a maximum, 2 additional guests to live in the newly constructed home for a maximum of 10 consecutive days. Life-Lease lots/buildings cannot be rented or sub-let. Life-Lease lots/buildings cannot be mortgaged, and must remain debt free.
Life-Lease lots with completed homes can be re-sold anytime at current market value to new owners, once approved by the board of directors.
As a screening process of ownership, all directors and owners must be Christians, providing personal criminal record checks and personal credit reports for each adult occupant to share with the entire community for complete disclosure. Christians will not have a problem with this.
Acreages within Un-Organized townships in Ontario do not require any building permits.
This community strategy will limit the number of lots sold to 1 to each skilled owner (NO Exceptions):
 Organic farmer experienced and winterized green houses (to share skills with the community)
 Heavy equipment owner/operator to build and maintain roads/ snow plowing
 Journeyperson Carpenter with concrete form experience for foundations and home walls for fire protection (to share skills with the community)
 Journeyperson Electrician with solar panel and wind generator experience (to share skills with the community)
 Journeyperson Plumber with mechanical experience (to share skills with the community)
 Medical doctor with surgery experience
 Naturopathic doctor (to share skills with the community)
 Paramedic
 Big game hunter
 Butcher
 Fishing Expert (to share skills with the community)
 Fire arms instructor/trainer (to share skills with the community)
 Journeyperson Small engine mechanic
 Journeyperson Diesel mechanic
 Journeyperson Gasoline engine mechanic
 Journeyperson Welder carbon steel/stainless steel/aluminum
 Seamstress (to share skills with the community)
 Survivalist Expert with extreme cold weather experience (to share skills with the community)
 Lawyer litigation/criminal experienced
 Accountant with bookkeeping experience
 Other skill sets may be added by voting directors, as required for the community to be fully self sustainable