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Keeping a “Good-Eye” Out for Boomers

Keeping a  “Good-Eye” Out for Retiring  Boomers

Keeping a  “Good-Eye” out for  Boomers, especially those relocating and building in Western North Keeping a Good Eye OutCarolina where our wee friend in the photo resides,   means sharing local information about the many natural gifts that come along with creative retirement  and planning ahead.

Many people in the “boomer generation” for example have chosen to create family land legacies or New Urbanist developments. Particularly, in terms of  wellness for our eco-systems, more and more, it seems, finding large multi-generational acreages in ideal locations can be challenging
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Keeping a  “Good-Eye” Out for Boomers

Here in the mountains, as you would expect,  land is steep -the terrain, rugged. And,  developers, many of whom also are Boomers,  know that it is mighty expensive and even imprudent to prepare such land for development. They note with interest the steep slope ordinances.  Neighbors, who watch carefully and voice opinions at city council meetings, also are taking action to protect farmlands and land containing rare, unique species and ecosystems.

Beautiful views belong to everyone. To that end, here in a the top(UN)  retirement location for baby boomers seeking creative ways to re-invent aging alternatives...

 



Blue Ridge Forever  along with 10 partnering conservancies work to



Implement a collective vision to achieve protection on a    region-wide landscape scale that respects natural ecosystems.

Gain from each other's knowledge and experience  – keeping the local connections of smaller land trusts,  yet gaining national attention to our collective efforts.

Pool resources to protect shared priority areas, particularly watersheds, river corridors, farms and lands adjacent to already preserved areas.



In this way, Keeping a  “Good-Eye” Out for Boomers gains momentum. It is all part of an increasing awareness of the benefits of sustainable innovation in a grand picture of wellness for our eco systems.

This of course is good news for boomers who can reduce demands on time and energy, save money, and increase the enjoyment of “aging-in-place”…or, as I call it, Aging-in-PALACE©”….


 

 

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Comments

Excellent and thoughtful post...needs to be a featured one!

Posted by Li Read, Caring expertise...knowledge for you! (Sea to Sky Premier Properties (Salt Spring)) over 6 years ago

janeAnne, your message is a good one. I think it's interesting that many of the boomers are choosing green lifestyles. Makes me proud to be part of it...

Love the froggie photo too - it's fabulous. I have them in my flower pots and see them sitting out there on a blossom or a leaf all the time - it's fun to share the garden with their green little souls.

Posted by Debb Janes EcoBroker and Bernie Stea JD, REALTORS® in Clark County, WA (ViewHomes of Clark County - Nature As Neighbors) over 6 years ago

What a cool photo janeAnne...  I like your thinking and your right on target with the fact we should keep an eye and ear out to the baby boomers.  Times, lifestyles and homes are changing for many!

Posted by John McCormack, CRS, Honesty, Integrity, Results, Experienced. HIRE Me! (Albuquerque Homes Realty) over 6 years ago

janeAnne-your article really hits home, in more ways than one. Inclusive communties are all the rage, keep up the good work. 

Posted by Adrian Willanger, Profit from my two decades of experience (206 909-7536 AdrianWillanger-broker.com) over 6 years ago

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