I am a single, queer, white afab person who is looking to become part of an intentional community. I am interested in permaculture, habitat restoration for wildlife, growing and preserving our own food, renewable energy etc. I am a leftist and believe food/housing/healthcare etc should be a human right, so I’d love to contribute to creating frameworks to provide these things for our communities. I am also specifically interested in disability justice, and creating frameworks that include disabled people. I find that many intentional communities have a bias toward able-bodied people due to the amount of physical labor involved. I’d like to imagine something more inclusive.
I am currently located in Dallas, TX. I have 3 dogs, no partner or kids. I work a remote job so I can move anywhere in the US. Just trying to decide on where (also my current lease is not up until March 2024). Ideally i’d like my own space (such as a tiny house or prefab house) on shared land/shared meals/communal hang out spaces, so I can have space when I need it and so that no one else has to deal with all the shedding from my dogs. (well, it’s only one dog who sheds really noticebly).
I have formally studied nutrition in my undergrad, so I do have a lot of knowledge to bring to the table! I’m a good cook as well. I have raised chickens, ducks, and quail in my backyard. I also have experience building a rainwater catchment system from salvaged materials. Feel free to message me if it sounds like our values align. I’d love to talk further!