Western USA Kin's Domains

A comprehensive listing of Ringing Cedars Kin’s Domains in the Western United States! Includes people who live on land and those who are planning to!

Colorado:

Kelli Willemssen Darter: Located in Woodland Park.
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Ginger Janssen: Located in Basalt. Lives on land! Comment: “Basalt, Colorado. Co creating a family homestead, and love helping others design their edible & medicinal homestead.”
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Debra Metzker Meehl:
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Hawaii:

Brian Tucker: Located in Pahoa. Comment: “Still looking for our dwelling land, still renting. Land is expensive here though it will work out for us soon! It would be great to have like-minded neighbors and friends!!!

My goal is to purchase land for my family domain, since that is currently the only way for me to acquire land. Because of high land costs and my modest income, I do seek help. I am talking to banks but that is not ideal. I am open to land investors looking to invest in private loans. I am open to kind, wealthy folks looking to grant land for the very best cause. I am open to co-owning large parcels of land with good people who share Anastasia’s dream. Aloha!”
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Oregon:

Mark Ludeman: Located in Buxton. Lives on land! Comment: “healing ponds buxton oregon”
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Rhonda L. Porter:
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Washington:

Jamie Kindt: Located in Western WA.
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Tyler Paul Krell: Comment: “Washington State, please! I’ve got some real original ideas as to what the themes will be. One with a dream is one with the team! // EDIT: Anywhere in Washington state is fine. Preferably next to the coast or near the Canadian border.”
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Marlowe Brown: Comment: “Washington, Idaho, Oregon, Montana… searching! my project, www.TheMotherlandProject.org in Whitefish, Montana”

Also runs The Motherland Project, in Whitefish, Montana, which is: “The Mother+Land Project is the world’s first land conservation organization currently in development, which seeks to protect land for people – specifically for Mothers and their Families – in order that they may learn how to build their own eco-dwellings, sustainable energy systems, and food production in ways that do no harm to the earth.”
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