Emily Burt 85
Seven years ago my husband and I moved from our self-built dream house on 20 acres way up in the mountains. We moved into town in order to live more sustainably. We had thought a homestead in the woods would be the best option, but it turns out that the reality of a sustainable lifestyle is more doable on a small “urban” plot (our city’s population is 1000). Now we walk to work at our small business, stores and friends. The time we save from not caring for 20 acres and commuting is put into food production and new projects. I’m an advocate for connected, safe and walkable communities and have loved adding permaculture principles to my toolkit.
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