Riverbed isn’t a commune or a typical farming community; it’s a land cooperative made up of 135 shareholders with a single goal: living independently of modern mass-scale systems of production. “True wealth is how long you can survive without money,” Fisher, one of the community’s earliest members, said. He and Philip Gleason, the founder, agreed to show me around the property last July.Eric Malmgren
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