Pacific North-West Coast - Turtle Island


Pacific North-West Coast - Turtle Island

Families of the Pacific North West - British Columbia and Washington! Here is your own space to share, dream and co-create kins domain and kinships in your region.. A magical part of the Earth!

Location: Pacific North West
Members: 60
Latest Activity: Jun 8, 2015

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A Bright Future Forest Gardens Co-creation

Started by Ginger Leonard. Last reply by Hann Apr 25, 2013. 2 Replies

Greetings Bright Kin!Here's a place to discuss news, info and conversations pertinent to the co-creation of the Kin's Domain Intentional EcoVillage Community now known as A Bright Future Forest…Continue

Tags: Permaculture, Space-of-Love, Olympics, Kin's-Domain, Intentional-community

Hands in the dirt...:)

Started by Russ Purvis Apr 23, 2013. 0 Replies

Greetings,Spring has been slow in blessing the ground this year in the Central part of BC! I offer welcome to all on their unique path. There is huge responsibility in our collective power of…Continue

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Comment by Makenzie Green on June 8, 2015 at 12:15pm

Hello beautiful spirits! I have one year left in college in San Diego and am taking this summer to search for my place to co-create a Space of Love. It seems as though many of you have the same calling which gives me chills to think about and I am just ecstatic to watch our dreams unfold! I will be in PNW july and august and want to do as much exploring as possible and hopefully find more direction as to where my future home will be. I would love to meet and share love with anyone with similar dreams. I am always wanting to expand my permaculture knowledge. If anyone has suggestions as to places to visit, etc, please let me know! I am open to anything and everything and am willing to help around farms and work. Love and light to all! <3

Comment by Ken Berman on May 17, 2015 at 2:58am

Greetings from Caledonia Springs, a 10 acre Gift in the Panhandle of North Idaho

Besides myself there are 3 other perma-culture minded neighbors. This little hidden valley is halfway between Lake Pend Orielle and Priest Lake

A special Hello to Lana Love and Light

Comment by Sophia Ross on January 7, 2013 at 5:22pm

My name is Sophia, and I recently bought a small acreage to form an extended kin family community. The land is half between Eugene and Florence in Oregon.  In the past, I had lived in this valley and met many of the folks here in what they call the Deadwood Valley. At age 63, I decided it was just the right time to do what my heart called for and move to where I felt my heart called.  The "town" is only one store with gas station and post office, but the people are connected and have a community center which the community built, a sharing library, a dance event each month, and since I moved in the generosity, help, and welcome that I have received has been beyond my dreams.  What I see is almost a gift economy in our sharing our abundances.  My place runs along a beautiful creek that is well known for salmon spawning. The water is clean, clear, and I hear the rushing waters while in the house.  I had the joy of walking out my front door and walking to the creek to watch 10 to 15 salmon a day as they flopped about in my creek. By Spring I will be able to host people who want to spend some quiet time in the forest.  I've surrendered to what the land is telling me.  I have a very old, fixer upper house, but everyone who sees the house sees great possibilities.. I am lucky to have at least an acre and half of sunny field to put in a garden and orchard. My neighbors who have 100 acres have expressed the feeling that we are basically sharing the lands and I can grow food there as well as my own space.  I am open to other kin sharing in my dream. 

Comment by Hann on January 7, 2013 at 5:06am
Hello Pacific Northwest kin!

<3 I am from Olympia, Washington, born and raised on a lake, I love water, and feel very connected to the rain here and the trees. Although, I am still living at home, and going to the Evergreen State College, I feel a deep yearning to create my own domain, or join one and move out.. and create Joy love peace and connection to our Mother Earth. Keep in touch <3
Comment by Lana Love and Light on September 8, 2012 at 4:27pm
Greetings kindred Spirits. I was born and raised in Oregon, then the gypsy in me took me on great adventures. But then one morning out of the morning sky came a loud clear message, "get back to the GNW." So I returned and my dream has begun. Just closed escrow on 51 Southern Exposure Permaculture Acres, a Sunny Delight. It is located 6 miles east of the Gem of the Pacific.
An opportunity of living with Mother Earth, being happy, living with and loving community, finding one's space as a being with One, and feeling peace within each present moment as long as you are HERE. The Cedars are ringing, contact us at
Comment by Katriona on February 9, 2012 at 6:46am

Hello everyone 

I live in the PNW near Vancouver B.C. As much as I love the coast, I prefer the Kootenays. My boyfriend and I were considering moving to Nelson but were held back because we couldn't be assured jobs. I would be down for wwoofing but him... not so much. My dream is to have my own little piece of heaven on earth and be a part of a vibrant, loving community of people who respect the earth and each other. If I had the money in the bank I would buy a chunk of land right away, for sure!

Having a space of love/kin's domain really calls to my heart, I've been interested in permaculture, gardening and eating consciously for some years. After reading the RCS, it gave me a foundation for my dream. I wish Canada would just give its citizens 2.5 acres to live on and farm, maybe it will one day. Until then, I'll have to just keep working and saving my money I suppose. :)

Comment by Autumn Light on November 5, 2011 at 11:52am

Bright greetings kindred spirits of the Pacific Northwest!...I've just moved from Ashland, OR to Bend, OR and so dearly want to learn if there are any Anastasia resonators in this area of the PNW...I have been thinking/feeling that the land just east of the small town called Prineville (just northeast of Bend) would be a wonderful place for a wonderful settlement...Anyone know this area?...Looking forward to hearing from you...With  love and good thoughts............Autumn

Comment by Elfindude on September 21, 2011 at 5:01pm

Absolutely love the whole Pacific Northwest! Soooooooooooooooooooo awesome to live here. A kin-domain community here would rock too! Any of yous heard of the Slocan Valley? There's the stunning Valalla park nearby and some organic farms already. Currently living here in the Kootenays and planning on spending the Winter on Vancouver Island. Best, Christtoff.


Comment by Randall T. Ball on August 26, 2011 at 2:32pm

I am currently still living back in Cincinnati Ohio (my physical birthplace and current lifetime multi-generational family roots) since 1995, but my "sentence" seems to be coming up for parole rapidly here, and I am hoping to soon be free to return to my "heart" home in the Pacific NW sometime in the next year.  Honestly though such a life transition at my age and frankly depleted physical and financial condition (I am 58 and recently bankrupted my local produce distribution company - Paradise Found LLC.  Much more about me and the company available at: is daunting whether long termly beneficial or not.  PF bankrupted I believe because it's next steps need to be based on my own Anastasia inspired kins domain and as part of the larger land based eco-village foundation that you all are seeking or already involved in creating.  My now proven Paradise Found, LLC's local production distribution concept is a perfect "economic engine" for such a community - totally aligned with and supportive of these ideals and values.  My dream right now is to relocate and "ground" my life and Paradise Found in the ideal location for my own spirit and that of a potential currently unknown "soul mate", as well as my eleven year old son whom I currently have no relationship with, and a future daughter that I still envision. 

I am most attracted to the green forested but dryer sections and particularly love the upper Spokane river, the near-east side of the Northern Cascades, the San Juan Islands in WA, and the Cottage Grove, Ashland and Bend OR areas, as well as open to exploring Canadian sites.  I am a "duck" - a graduate of U of Oregon and spent a total of 21 years in the NW, before being "called" back "home" to complete practical parental "passing" issues, "family of origin" healing matters, and contribute to at least the seeds of a new ecotopia awareness into the global capital of consumerism - home of P&G, Federated Dept Stores, Kroger's, and the company that created what we call "banana republics" - Chiquita, Inc.  Those "jobs" being completed, I hope you will welcome me and my contributions to your group as this is where I most expect of all places in America to create my own "kins domain".  I am very interested in staying abreast of what you are creating.  I am going to Russia next month with Yuri's Dolmen tour to meet Russian readers and further "ground" 'Anastasia's dream' in my own personal experience; and to further my commitment to supporting the global Anastasia eco-village movement, put particularly in both Russia and N. America.  Feel free to contact me either here or by phone (513) 834-9922.  I prefer any discussions by phone, although concrete data and information is often best shared by email.  Nameste,  Randall, a non-religious, but spiritually based "Community Health Minister".

Comment by Anaida Osoria on August 25, 2011 at 3:49pm


My name is Anaida. I live in Edmonton with my family, but we are planning to move to BC, preferably Vancouver Island. I would like to connect with people forming an Eco-Village or living in one already. Thank you, Anaida



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