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== Off-the-grid, self-sufficient, raw vegan community on Big Island Hawaii ==
 
== Off-the-grid, self-sufficient, raw vegan community on Big Island Hawaii ==
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[[Off-the-grid]], [[self-sufficient]], [[|raw foodism|raw]] [[vegan]] [[community]] on Big Island [[Hawaii]].
  
 
I am planning to build an off-the-grid, self-sufficient, raw vegan community at Royal Gardens, on Big Island Hawaii.
 
I am planning to build an off-the-grid, self-sufficient, raw vegan community at Royal Gardens, on Big Island Hawaii.
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Royal Gardens was a “housing development” in process’ (roads cut through the jungle, water pipes laid) when lava came down the hill and skirted a little hillock and surrounded it, leaving a little patch of uncleared trees. Since there was suddenly no access road, the land value plummeted to ~$500/acre, while the lava field on the "flats” nearer the ocean sells for $40,000/acre.
 
Royal Gardens was a “housing development” in process’ (roads cut through the jungle, water pipes laid) when lava came down the hill and skirted a little hillock and surrounded it, leaving a little patch of uncleared trees. Since there was suddenly no access road, the land value plummeted to ~$500/acre, while the lava field on the "flats” nearer the ocean sells for $40,000/acre.
  
Ferrocement construction, bamboo construction, solar heat and electricity, hydroponic food production, zillions of fruit trees, raised-bed composted gardens, satellite Internet, peaceful/spiritual people, …
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[[Ferrocement]] construction, [[bamboo construction]], [[solar heat]] and [[solar electricity|electricity]], [[hydroponic]] food production, zillions of [[fruit trees]], [[raised-bed]] [[compost]]ed [[gardens]], satellite Internet, peaceful/spiritual people, …
  
 
Minor issue: “vog”: volcanic smog. I plan to design “voggles”; goggles flushed with clean air to eliminate eye irritation when necessary, and perhaps a full rebreather for intense vog.
 
Minor issue: “vog”: volcanic smog. I plan to design “voggles”; goggles flushed with clean air to eliminate eye irritation when necessary, and perhaps a full rebreather for intense vog.
  
 
I plan to buy as much acreage as possible to establish said community.
 
I plan to buy as much acreage as possible to establish said community.
http://tinyurl.com/636pac
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[http://www.google.com/search?ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&sourceid=navclient&gfns=1&q=%22royal+gardens%22+hawaii Web search for ''"royal gardens" hawaii'']
  
 
Laurie
 
Laurie

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Off-the-grid, self-sufficient, raw vegan community on Big Island Hawaii

Off-the-grid, self-sufficient, [[|raw foodism|raw]] vegan community on Big Island Hawaii.

I am planning to build an off-the-grid, self-sufficient, raw vegan community at Royal Gardens, on Big Island Hawaii.

Royal Gardens was a “housing development” in process’ (roads cut through the jungle, water pipes laid) when lava came down the hill and skirted a little hillock and surrounded it, leaving a little patch of uncleared trees. Since there was suddenly no access road, the land value plummeted to ~$500/acre, while the lava field on the "flats” nearer the ocean sells for $40,000/acre.

Ferrocement construction, bamboo construction, solar heat and electricity, hydroponic food production, zillions of fruit trees, raised-bed composted gardens, satellite Internet, peaceful/spiritual people, …

Minor issue: “vog”: volcanic smog. I plan to design “voggles”; goggles flushed with clean air to eliminate eye irritation when necessary, and perhaps a full rebreather for intense vog.

I plan to buy as much acreage as possible to establish said community.

Web search for "royal gardens" hawaii

Laurie

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