I have been in a different forum seeking out workshops, and this sounds like a great potential place for either hosting one or even just recruiting willing hands! I am an AZ native (graduated HS in Mesa), lived in Flag while I earned a Masters, and now live in KC. All my immediate family’s still out there, however, and I have friends who I visit regularly in Sedona whenever I visit family. Point is, I’m sure I’m not along in hoping you can open-book your search/research process and journey and serve as a leader via your experience in both navigating AZ’s tricky code system & embarking on this journey. I know Susan mentioned some no-code land, but some of our professions and interests don’t allow for us to live quite as isolated (yet). If you choose to blog about it elsewhere, please let us know—I’d love to follow your story!
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RE: Building in Arizona
RE: Colorado workshop
@Altitude-High I see they’ve updated their workshop dates and taken the tentative September CO date off the books. Wish it were still on so I could attend! If there were more of a draw/interest for the KC area I’d seriously consider jumping through the hoops to host one. Until then, I’ll keep researching and learning online!
RE: Colorado workshop
Hi, all! Are any of you in charge of the potential Crestone workshop, or have more details? I, too, am enrolled in Alosha’s online course...and also feel the need to work hands-on in a guided setting before setting up my own homestead. My living situation is quickly going to change and the time has come to figure out an affordable living option.
I’m a couple neighborhoods over in Kansas City, so Colorado may be my closest bet (plus, I’ve always dreamed of moving there!). I have heard from other workshop attendees it’s a great way to find similarly-minded support and maybe even a few extra willing hands when the time comes for your own project! In Arizona they have a network like that: once you’re a part of it, you basically trade labor & gain experience whenever you’re able and the time comes to begin your own project. Hope this one pans out!