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« on: June 02, 2013, 05:56:28 AM »

i understand the guerrilla aspect of planting wherever.. but does anyone know how to find legit land that i can homestead and claim as my own? basically unoccupied unclaimed land.. i realize that all i have to do is improve a certain piece of unclaimed land and i have a lawful claim to it but i dont really know how to find such a piece of land and whether or not it is claimed yet or not.. has anyone been through this process and can help me out with that? i also want to live on it..

my goal is also to plant wild gardens not just in urban settings but maybe in secret locations in the middle of nowhere.. like little havens that someone could network across the U.S. or the world and spot jump them like a nomad.. anyone interested or already in the process of doing something like this?
Carnation Revolution
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« Reply #1 on: April 18, 2014, 08:04:46 PM »

I live in England, and I don't know the legal status of Guerilla Gardening in the US. But it is easy to find uncultivated land-just keep an eye out, and you will soon find some!

With best wishes,

Carnation Revolution
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