Montana Has Lost Its Water Rights

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This article covers the appropriation of Montanans’ water rights by the federal government in the name of the CKST (Confederated Kootenai and Salish Tribes). Superficially, the federal government is upholding the rights of the Indian Tribes to claim all surface and subsurface waters of the western one-third of the state of Montana. In reality, the federal government is taking a 170-year-old treaty, expanding its meaning, and using it as a tool to commandeer everyone’s water.

Whether you live in California or New York, the reason this is important should be obvious to you.

Government overreach has become a way of life. The paradigm has shifted, and now, people barely bat an eye when the government steadily removes the rights enumerated under the Constitution. Today, it may not matter to you because this is happening in Montana. Perhaps it will matter when the federal government comes to commandeer your drinking supply, crops, arable farmland, etc. 

The Hellgate Treaty of 1855 was the document used to create the Flathead Indian Reservation. The treaty (under Article III) stipulates that the tribes have the “right of taking fish,” and this right refers to waters, not on the reservation.

The expansion of this document has been used as “justification” to confiscate the water rights from 11 counties in the state of Montana. Interestingly, Article I of the treaty includes a ceding, relinquishment, and conveyance by the tribes all rights of ownership over any waters or property, except what is on the reservation.

In order to “ensure the quality” of where the tribes fish, the water rights in those 11 counties must be placed under tribal government to be administered by the federal government.

The state of Montana enabled it.

Back in 2015, when this first surfaced, the Montana State Legislature (the Senate) voted to push the Compact forward and “re-interpret” it.

The cast of characters in this charade includes the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency), the DOJ (the Department of Justice), the BIA (Bureau of Indian Affairs), the IRS, and the Treasury Department. The Water Compact Commission was formed in Montana with deep ties to and directives from the EPA. The Department of the Interior (the “umbrella” organization holding the BIA) will collect the revenues and “manage” them for the tribes. DHS (the Department of Homeland Security) will enforce compliance.

All water sources, private and public, standing or running, wells and aquifers, will be metered, and taxes will be collected.

A recent prime example was the John Warner Defense Act of 2006, adding its weight to the NDAA (National Defense Authorization Act). They declared the U.S. a part of the worldwide “battlefield” in the “global war on terror.” In essence, they negated posse comitatus, the provision that disallows the deployment of federal troops on U.S. soil. It also negated the National Guard as a “check and balance” of the states against a tyrannical federal government.

By appointing a senior member of the National Guard to the Joint Chiefs of Staff, essentially, the federal government “federalized” the use of National Guard troops. As you can see, it went a lot further: APCs (armored personnel carriers) and military weaponry filtering down to cities and even small towns. Gone are the days of Norman Rockwell paintings of cops playing stickball with neighborhood kids in the streets. Gone are the days of “Officer Friendly,” whose job it was to protect and serve the citizens.

The police departments weren’t meant to serve as protectors of corporate interests or as the “strong-arm” enforcers for politicians. In the past few decades, we’ve seen the complete militarization of the police departments, as well as agencies that were never designed as such…the US Postal Service and the IRS, to name a few. 

I’ve included the notification sent by the U.S. Department of Justice for your perusal. You can see it for yourself and research it further. It covers all of the land and the counties affected. Although there are scheduled hearings on this to take place in December, it’s pretty much a done deal.

You can read it here: Water Compact Information

The overarching issue here is that the federal government can use any pretext they wish to seize whatever they wish. We do not live under the rule of law. If that were the case, then the laws would be applicable to the rulers, as well as we, the subjects.

We live under the color of law, and whether we wish to admit it or not, we’re nothing more than serfs. Barely above the level of slaves, we have to eke out meager existences and be taxed on every single cent, from birth to death…and beyond. Feudalism has been reborn, with the monarchy now supplanted by elected officials and oligarchs. They also play the part of the land barons, shrinking the cages of the populace by the day.

They already “manage” most of the United States.

More public land is “held in trust” by the federal government than ever before. Held hostage is a better description. Liberty and justice for all? No. A better slogan: What’s in your wallet?

This is all a part of a larger agenda: the complete takeover and subsequent destruction of the United States of America. Economically, culturally, and morally, we are long past our peak as a nation. The rulers of this country are making it that way, both directly and indirectly. 

So, this sad drama is almost played out here in Montana, and it bears relevance to the rest of the nation.

It’s just a matter of time before we’re all under the same yoke of tyranny, no matter what state we live in. Solzhenitsyn warned of such times, as did Orwell and others. The federal government has usurped control over Montana’s water supply. It won’t stop there. It’s just a matter of time before we find out what state is next on their list.

Let’s close with an old Montana saying: “Whiskey’s for drinking and water’s for fighting.” 

What are your thoughts on the water rights situation in Montana? Do you think this will spread? We welcome your comments and input.  

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About Jeremiah Johnson

Jeremiah Johnson is the nom de plume of a retired Green Beret of the U.S. Army Special Forces.  Mr. Johnson is also a Gunsmith and a Master Herbalist.  He graduated from the Special Forces course at SERE (survival, evasion, resistance, and escape) School, and is an expert in small unit tactics, survival, and disaster-preparedness.  He lives in a cabin in the Rocky Mountains of Western Montana.

 

Jeremiah Johnson

Jeremiah Johnson

Jeremiah Johnson is the nom de plume of a retired Green Beret of the U.S. Army Special Forces.  Mr. Johnson is also a Gunsmith and a Master Herbalist.  He graduated from the Special Forces course at SERE (survival, evasion, resistance, and escape) School, and is an expert in small unit tactics, survival, and disaster-preparedness.  He lives in a cabin in the Rocky Mountains of Western Montana.

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    • AHHH can you feel it choaking already? I think it’s time we find another place to live. But would it be any better there?

      • It is probably not better anywhere else. I got the hell out of Montana 30 years ago, when stupid liberals from California (and everywhere else) started moving there, thinking it was a great state to escape to. They just brought their crap with them, and decided to “try it again” somewhere else. Also, Montana has not had a real Winter in years, and I often wonder if that has contributed to the lack of water, and possibly lower water table?

        • I left WA for that reason, about 30 years ago and moved to VT, now everyday I see CA license plates all over the place.

        • I’m a native Californian who’s lived here all my life. California is actually a red state. It’s the population density of the coastal cities, in combination with a lot of vote fraud, that allows the left to run roughshod here. The takeover began with a steady stream of leftists moving here to escape the mess they’d made in their Northeastern states. It always starts in the big cities, those become the leftists’ power base. I’ve said for years that you can’t move away from tyranny; it will always come looking for you. Montana is now proof of that. If you want to remain free, stand and fight where you are. There’s nowhere far enough away.

          • I agree with you. I fled California 2 years ago to a “red” state. No, it’s not red, at best purple. I’m fighting back this time, hoping we’ll have a better chance here. Our recent primaries proved that it can be done, but there is always more to do.

  • In Texas, the Texas Supreme Court ruled that the water belongs to the land owner. The cities were trying to say it belonged to the government. I live in a rural area of Texas. We are in a drought, although last week we got 6 inches of rain in a few hours. That deluge washed out my garden and road. I have no surface water on my 455 acres. This was the first real rain since January. We need our well to water our animals as well as ourselves.

    My husband was attending a breakfast in Belgium at the palace back in the late 80’s. He had been invited by the Adjutant. A gentlemen started talking with my husband. They talked about the world affairs. That gentlemen made a comment “If you control oil, you control Nations. If you control water, you control the World”. It turned out that gentlemen was the King of Belgium. This is how the elite think. Look at places like Colorado that made it illegal for rain water entrapment. That includes many third world countries.

    We have a water conservation board in Texas. In every county that boards is elected except in my county. They are appointed. The board was trying to say they could put meters on our wells. Some counties are already doing that. Although, the board is suppose to only control commercial wells. My husband pointed out to our board that they have no jurisdiction over private wells. The rights you fight for are the ones you keep.

  • The Fed can have no local authority without the cooperation of the State and local governments which was eluded to in the article. The people of Montana need to take a hard look at the folks they elect. I have noticed Colorado, California and several other states have made rain water harvesting by homeowners/property owners illegal. California has also started taxing and controlling the use of private waterwells, some that have been in use for generations on family farms.

    • Montana elects Freemasons only… the “charitable organization” that runs everything… the secret militia that gang-stalks anyone who is in disagreement with them. They shouldn’t work in the public sector at all, as anyone who is not a Mason is considered “vile and profane.”

      • That is also why we are no longer are seeing justice in our courts. Almost all judges belong to the Masons. If you have litigation in a court room with someone who is a Mason, judgement will always be in his favor! I am afraid the only justice we will see in this country is to depend on judges COLT or RUGER!

    • I need to do some research. Several years back, Colorado made it LEGAL to harvest some amount of rainwater from your roof. It was a good change. One stipulation was that the water had to be used outside. The idea was that the water would end up where it would have if the homeowner had not collected it. I haven’t heard that that new law had changed. That would have been a big deal!

    • Cali is a continutation of the CCP. I am so glad I don’t live in that miserable state. In fact, I am very happy that I live East of the Mississippi river. Western half of USSA is in a 1200 year drought while we in the East receive rain everyday. The West and NE appear to be under communist control.

    • water is a natural resource which SHOULD be regulated by the state. Mega farms can’t just pull out as much underground water as they want. There are foreign countries buying up land in usa with unlimited underground water usage. Is that ok with you to have China buy a farm with a PRIVATE well and UNlimited use of water????

  • Saw the same thing beginning here in California a few weeks ago. The article had a notice from the state to a property owner that basically said we are going to assess a fee for your water use. It also appeared to be implying that it would be done at the property owners expense, of time and treasure. You must meter your well and you must log your use. Then report to a website of the state. Then if you are late reporting or go over your usage volume they will assess a progressive fine.
    Hello communo/facsism!

    • The drying lakes and reservoirs here in Cali will be the tool to do just as the Gavin wants. I have for years said that the farmers in the CV are being played. Kind of hard to grow a crop and make land payments without water. Here we are 2022 and our reservoirs are dry as a bone. In 2010 the state started registering wells. Looking for wells that were either drilled back in the day, or wells that were permitted. The goal was to meter those wells. I agree water needs to be managed. But here in California what we are about to experience is governor created.

    • Yep, the 87K IRS agents will be checking your records too. So, I would not be doctoring the books, hahahaha. You probably voted for El Stupido Biden, the accused child molestor. Not my opinion, that is CNN, MSM, Faux news etc…opinion.

  • The water compact in Montana does not cede all water to the tribe. In fact, a deal was struck with the tribe that precludes them from doing what you claim they can.

  • Bureaucrats are the modern-day likeness of the scribes and pharisees. They wreak havoc at every turn and lay waste, like the locusts they are, to everything they touch. We started this business of nat’l parks and monuments long ago at the hand of the pre-globalist Theodore Roosevelt and made such akin to a sacrament. In reality it is usurpation and governmental overreach and nothing more. I know families whose livelihoods and vast fortunes were stolen from them by fedgov in the name of the sacrament of the most holy and high national parks many generations ago. Its bs, a crock of dookey and I still don’t know why we tolerate it. Fedgov is not allowed to own land, or apportion it, but the massive bureaucracy that exists now because of governmental overreach is so big it can hardly be stopped.

  • Despicable. Even collecting rainwater was made illegal in some states. Communism at its finest. Nothing is safe from the greedy entities in office.

  • Many don’t understand that Nationalism has died even before Trump came along. Globalism doesn’t have room for patriots, the elderly, the disabled, the poor, atheists, religious people, humanitarians, nor anyone with a moral compass. As Trump said, “They’re not after me, they’re after you… I’m just in the way.” Globalism is the precursor to the New World Order, and the Freemasons are spearheading it here in NE Montana.

  • I wonder if Jerimiah is really an guy I went to UVA with who was a SF and retired to Montana. Is that you Floyd?

  • In 2023. with the drying up of Lakes Powell and Mead, millions from Arizona, southern Utah, and Nevada will be evacuated by mandatory martial law because of a lack of water and some claim to a water bourn illness of the little that is left. Could these 11 counties be a mostly Arizona citizens relocation site? The region is already under Weather Warfare to dry it up, and according to Dane Wigington on an 08/16/22 posted interview, we have the technology and ability to reverse the drought via a released document dating more than 50 years ago by the US Army, which he links (go to USAWatchdog.com to more quickly access the document and his interview with Greg Hunter).
    Meanwhile, FEMA centers that look like 2,000,000 square foot Amazon warehouse empties are being fitted with thousands of “cells” or “sardine appts” in PA, MD, DE, and WV according to construction people building these things…one of which was a caller on INFOWARS earlier this week.

    • this is all the 2021 and 2030 agendas that hillary and obama put in place to further the sell out of our soverinty .People need to say hell no!!. go to primarywater.org and read all the info and links. proves there is plenty of water underground. this is a manmade drought.

  • We live in Washington state, let me just start with that. Eastern WA state where water can be an issue and usually is. We bought our property in 2006. It’s 7 acres with a creek running through it and is the last remaining piece of what was a much larger patent deed from 1872. The senior water rights for this property go with the piece we have and go back to 1882 when water was first taken from the creek for the “purposes of irrigation and watering of livestock.” Technically in WA watering of livestock from a creek is not allowed and we don’t do it but if we chose to the DOE couldn’t stop us. In the last 15 years we’ve learned a lot about water rights, the Nez Perce tribe, Fish and Wildlife, and our neighbors.

    In the late 1970s and early 80s when the original owner of this property began selling off parcels of land for people to build on he did NOT sell any of the water rights but granted permission for those buyers to irrigate from the creek. He retained ownership of the water rights to the entire acreage that he once owned and that’s still how it’s officially worded in what the state has on file. All of the people around us either irrigate with our permission or from their wells. It wasn’t a problem until someone across the creek tried to sell and listed it as “irrigated hay ground.” It didn’t become an issue because we actually ended up buying that piece ourselves but it was a lesson in what could happen if someone had bought it with the understanding they had the rights and they didn’t.

    We live nearby to two of the Lower Snake River dams, Little Goose and Lower Granite, that are involved in the controversy surrounding the salmon runs. There is again a big push to remove all four of the LSRDs to save the salmon runs but this year we had the biggest run since the last dam was constructed, 1975. The salmon runs also bring in the Nez Perce Tribal rights and you can read all about that mess yourself if you’re curious. There’s plenty of info out there. Randomly we have Fish and Wildlife request access to the creek on our property to monitor this or that. The last time it was some amphibian. We always refuse them access. They just have to gain access from another point and somehow get it.

    I could go on and on. My education about water and water rights in this state is continuing. It doesn’t look good and central WA state has an ancient aquifer that is disappearing rapidly. Read Cadillac Desert if you haven’t. It’s a great education about water and drought in the west and how the people were really sold a bill of goods by the government about the building of dams.

    • Thanks Marcia. I just ordered the book Cadillac desert.I suspect it will be interesting reading. I too live in central Washington, the Tricities.

    • And Idaho’s rep Simpson is trying to get the dams on the Snake river dismantled. Instead of “it’s for the children” he says “it’s for the salmon”. My opinion…if you want Salmon go to the Columbia river. Our commerce and energy independence over rides the fishies.

  • Historically speaking, the West and South West America was a desert. JPL scientists noted the early 1900s to 2000 was an unusually wet period of time for the region.
    Does it have anything to do with climate change? Or is it just reverting back to its natural climate?
    Who cares.
    Be one thing if the region was still at a population of the late 1800s early 1900s. Todays populations in those regions, not so much in terms of sustainability.
    As the mega-drought continues, less and less water available. At some point some hard decisions are going to have to be made. Water rights have gone to the Supreme Court on more than a few occasions. Sometimes the SC takes up the case. Sometimes they dont. IIRC they did not in 2020.
    But the SC cannot rule for more water to fall out of the sky. Those downstream might just one day go to turn on the tap and nothing comes out. There is nothing there.
    Same goes for hydroelectricity. No water, no power.
    Then what?
    The mega-drought goes on long enough, the choice between water for people, sanitation, or water for agriculture has to be made. CA makes up for a lot of our domestic production of veggies. That goes off line, can other parts of the country make up for it? Note, there are parts of the Mid-West and South that are also experiencing drought conditions.
    Even if parts of agriculture are shut down, but water supplies continue to dwindle. No water, no life.
    Mass exodus from those regions to the Great Lakes area? With what money? I read an article about people who bought property very cheap . . . because it had no water. Not even a well. They had to truck water in. No one is going to buy real estate that has no water.
    Try to imagine a few million, no, tens of million people, all looking for someplace to move to that has water.

  • The Federal government owns and controls over 80% of the land in Nevada. The population has to pay enough in fees, taxes etc. to maintain 100% of the land, but can only occupy less than 15% of it.

  • Very interesting discussions. Quotes: All government is bad. Government is a cancer – it must grow to survive. “Resist much. Obey little.” – Walt Whitman. “Down with all kings but King Ludd.” – Byron (Ludd was a ‘lunatic’ who threw shoes into automated frames in 1779.)

    I see the engineered mega-drought moving East, in 3-year periods. First the mid-west and mid-South, followed by cutting off all water to the East and Southeast. If not stopped, the planet engineers, via chemtrails and HAARP stations, will starve every human in North America. And Europe and China, too, by the way.

    Edward Abbey. LaVoy Finicum. Randy Weaver. David Koresh and his church. Amos Miller, Amish farmer feeding 1,000 with no fertilizer, no pesticides, no antibiotics, homeschooling, no electricity, and no grid. I wonder why they always target the free and independent?

  • In 1776 it was taxation without representation.
    In 2022 it is regulation without consideration (of our rights).
    This issue will have a similar outcome.

  • Our elected officials and their families have to come home some day…what will the welcoming party look like?

    • We need to tar and feather these lying snakes. go to primarywater.org
      we dont have a water shortage. the above ground lack of water is man man made event and its deliberate. all about the 2030 agenda. making mega cities,banning homeownership,control of all natural resources,food, utilities. the so called barren land will be allowed to have water again after they cattle us up into mega cities.Yea china,gates,government,and the UN are all behind it.

  • Time for US to activate the 2nd Amendment militia. You have one don’t you? It was REQUIRED of US. Each State and it’s not the NRA (Nobody Reads Amendments).

    • Amen.
      Educating the sheep about the 2 most powerful powers that the people have, and that I call the 4th branch of government are a deadly mistake.

      Those 2 things are:

      The state militias and the jury
      Unfortunately they both have been destroyed and we need educate people and reform both institutions to get back on track.

  • How much of the water issue is caused by HAARP? Aren’t there a few other versions of it in other areas?
    What would happen if the systems were terminated?

  • OUR GOVERNMENT WORKS LIKE AN ANT.

    Have you ever watched a colony of ants work? It is amazing what they can do one bite at a time. Just a little bite.

    I had the opportunity to watch a colony work once. There was a tall retaining wall, about 5 feet tall. Made out of 6×6 timbers. Each row of timbers was set about 1½ inch back from the front of the one below it. This is the way the wall was to the top.

    On the top row of timbers, the ants were hollowing out the timber and making a home for themselves.

    On each row of timbers, there was a group of worker ants. The way they were working is amazing. You see the ones hollowing out the top timber would take a little bite out of the center of the timber and carry it to the edge of the timber and let it fall to the ledge of the timber below it.

    The workers on that ledge would take the little bite and carry it to the edge and drop it to the ledge below it and they did this all the way to the ground.

    I noticed them working in the morning at about 8:00 am. By about 6:00 pm those little ants had taken only one bite at a time but had succeeded to carve out a nice hole in the timber and the sawdust on the ground was about 12 inches long and 6 inches wide and about 8 inches high. They did this only one little bite at a time. This is a lot of sawdust.

    Our government is working as the ants did. The President is the Queen and our congressional representatives, the worker ants. They are passing laws that only hurt a little and we get over it easily. These laws are nibbling away our rights and liberties one little bite at a time.

    They are like a door to door salesman that once you open the door they put their foot in and don’t take it out.

    They are dismantling the constitution one little bite at a time and soon it will be all gone. They already have a big hole in it.

    They are nibbling away our bill of rights one little nibble at a time. The first and second amendments. They are being eroded one little bite at a time.

    The fourth amendment being picked apart one little bite at a time.

    “The best way to take control over a people and control them utterly is to take a little of their freedom at a time, to erode rights by a tiny and almost imperceptible reduction. In a way, the people will not see those rights and freedoms being removed until past the point at which those changes cannot be reversed”.

    Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampt.

    The New World Order is taking over one little bite at a time.

    The sawdust is getting deep and wide. Our freedom is becoming less and less as the sawdust gets deeper.

    There is a large gaping hole in our liberties. Our freedom as we once knew it is slipping away one little bite at a time.

    The armies of ants of the world are gathering. America we are beginning to bleed.

    Wake up AMERICA!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Wake Up!!!!!!!!!!!

  • If you are a Red State it seems that the illegitimate and out of control Federal government, can at a whim, destroy your ability to grow food, or even to have water for life as in drinking and cook with it. This reeks of more punishment for those in the way of the NWO.

    Was this a set up to brew civil war? Too bad that all of the states have given up their militias.

  • First the Feds took half of Oklahoma, with the McGert (pedo case) Supreme Court decision. Federal law enforcement ballooned (FBI, ATF, BIA, even the Grand River Dam Authority) with an influx of officers from other states (from the “big city”) and cross-deputization of local officers found to be…agreeable (commie bastards). This is Operation Cable Splicer and it is coming to YOUR conservative, rural state next. SECEDE NOW!

  • It sad when I hear people imply that we are a free country and that it actually matters who we vote for or that we should get these people out of the office. The best ones are comments along the lines of “that’s only until the bullets start flying” or “behind every blade of grass there is a man with a gun”. Wake up people. The bullets will not start flying and every man with a gun has been brainwashed and dumbed down. He/she/average American with a gun couldn’t care less about anything but his/her comfort. Guns, flags, slogans – means nothing when government tells people to put masks on and we comply like sheep. Government says take
    vaccine, we comply like sheep with the exception of a few. Where are those guns and men and blades of
    grass. What good are the guns and stockpiled food when we comply without question with anything being pushed on the media. The only thing left of United States is a dying idea of freedom. It’s heartbreaking but it’s reality. Don’t kid yourself with guns and bullets. We are happily walking into butcher with closed eyes as long as our comforts aren’t disturbed. Just my 2 cents.

  • Rights cannot be “lost”, only violated.

    Governments either secure our rights, violate them, or merely look the other way when they are violated by others.

    The legitimate role of government is to secure our rights. To violate them, or to ignore violations of our rights by others, is failure of government to perform their duty.

  • I’d love to see the layout of your cabin with your SERE training. Thank you for opening my eyes to the water situation. I’ve always known the government are nothing but thieves. They will all eat of their own demise. They are taken by the words of their mouth. Their arrogance has ensnared them. Time will reveal all. We will all witness the downfall of the wicked.

  • I live in California and we are putting to vote in 2024, a bill to HOUSE THE HOMELESS IN HOTELS.
    We have lost most of our rights, including water rights, because most of us just don’t care enough to keep up with the issues, push back, educate others. Every single time I hear someone say, “Well, I am just trying to survive..”
    Ok, well, that argument works until it doesn’t.
    Yet those same people usually know who wins the Super-bowl,what team is paying how much for what member, etc.
    One of my most favorite quotes ever is:
    We make time for what’s important to us.
    For everything else,we make excuses.

  • Hello Jeremiah,
    I live in a rural part of central Arizona and just received a letter from the Arizona Dept. of Water Resources. The letter basically tells me that the water that I receive from my well and rain ultimately belongs to the Gila River Indian reservation. I’ve seen a letter like this before when I first drilled my well which asked me to lay claim to said water but I thought it was just a ploy for me to acknowledge that I had indeed drilled a well. Is this similar to what you experienced in Montana because it sounds like it to me. Please respond with how me and my neighbors can reject this intrusion.
    Thank you,
    Rob

  • Ok it’s time for a major lawsuit. I’m out of California to Idaho. To small town of about 1000. We’re both disabled and we’ve got to have a hospital nearby. I’d rather be farther out but it what it is. I’m going to be collecting rainwater off roofs for an extensive garden in our not quite a half acre property. We’re on “city” water there. I will making sure that this doesn’t crop up in Idaho without challenges to it. There’s things I intend to fight with the city already. But gradually, without causing to many problems. I hope. Biden is a jerk first and a dementia riddled old man. They intend to keep us under their heels. I’m planning on making time for whoever runs against him as a volunteer. Finally this Texan Idahoan is ticked and planning trying to do more than just vote.

    • I’m in Idaho. Just don’t be one of “those” californians who say “well back in california we did this and it can work here”. If you want sidewalks, street lights, parks, etc. then move to a bigger city. If you want to escape to a small town, get involved, join the folks at the Christmas and July 4th parades. Go to the nearest local farmers market to help the small-time farmer. Try and skip amazon, walmart and find what you need at a local store.

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