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Feral Feet
Feral Feet
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Cookeville, TN, US
Climate zone:
Warm Temperate

Amber Shannon Chief Phillip 'Cloudpiler' Landis Michael Vertrees Stephanie Ladwig-Cooper
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Feral Feet

Project Type

Rural, Intentional Communities, Educational

Project Summary

Building an intentional community that can self sustain, educate, and be happy.

Project Description

With Feral Feet we aim to create a small intentional community focused on rewilding, sustainable living, and encouraging biodiversity. We plan on learning, practicing, and teaching sustainable life skills; including permaculture, natural building, wildcrafting/foraging, tracking/hunting/tanning, making natural clothing, nutrition, herbalism, and more. We strive for a life feeling lush, open, free, magical, motivating, stimulating, egalitarian, friendly, loving and nourishing.


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Early projects include building a cob house (which will eventually function as the "community house"), preparing garden beds, planting fruit trees, catching water, digging a pond, building a root cellar, building an outdoor kitchen, and building a shed. If you would like to come hang out and work and learn with us, please send us an email telling us who you are and when and why and for how long you want to come: [email protected]


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