I'm a writer in natural medicine and plant rights. I am forming a Sacred Land Trust that will enable anyone in the world to petition to become a beneficiary--which simply means that they can then petition on a quarterly basis to be a steward or successor trustee, or be on lands for a specified amount of time for a purpose.
Whether this is a vision quest, a retreat, an artistic time for writing or creating, or just an opportunity to learn about sustainable living and building, the lands will be open to beneficiaries--as managed by the Trust. Currently, the only land available is in New Mexico, at a small, sustainable living center, where there is a water catchment system being developed, a strawbale, earth-stucco planned, an underground "Walapini" greenhouse being built, and a labyrinth garden constructed. Work is hard, but this site will eventually become a sustainable living center.
Permaculture design principles are constantly being integrated into the environmental development. Conditions at this 7400 ft. elevation include drying spring winds (30-40+ m.p.h), sandy, loamy soil, extreme sun, but a short growing season, with -20 degree winters. Hence, the Peruvian-designed, underground greenhouse.
This is along what is called "the Ancient Way" in New Mexico, where the Aztecs led Coronado from Mexico City in 1540, and with numerous archeological sites dating 500-1500 years old.