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World Factbook Entry

The Unity of Green Pastures is a region where green values hold sway. Recycle, Reuse and Reduce is our mantra.

Restore the environment: do not print this webpage.

It is also a haven of peace and prosperity, where elder nations, wearied by the sturm und drang of capitalist consumeristic politics may finally enjoy their pacific existence without care or concern.

The UGP offers tranquility, relaxation and an unlimited bar tab.

All who seek peace and a place without care - are welcome here.

Embassies: Green Nation.

Tags: Free Trade, Democratic, and Minuscule.

Unity of Green Pastures contains 2 nations.

Today's World Census Report

The Most Primitive in Unity of Green Pastures

Nations were ranked by World Census officials based on the number of natural phenomena attributed solely to the unknowable will of the gods.

As a region, Unity of Green Pastures is ranked 18,485th in the world for Most Primitive.

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1.The Commonhive of BeezylandWA MemberLeft-wing Utopia“Long Live the Hive”
2.The Plains of DioxinWA MemberCivil Rights Lovefest“This Too Shall Pass”

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Unity of Green Pastures Regional Message Board

Damn tourists.

~ Dioxin

Hey guys

Things are moving along nicely with the upcoming move. Of the properties I'm following online while also communicating with the owners, only 1 has left the playing field. Spending much of my time continuing to research aspects of the sustainability issues. University cooperative extensions are fantastic for such endeavors and I use them extensively, no pun intended.
Hope your Australia Day was peaceful.


Greetings Animations! Welcome to a land of peaceful green. What are you drinking?

~ Dioxin

Hey Colorado - so when are you actually planning to move? What are the parameters for your final choice of site? It all sounds very exciting.

Australia day was hot hot hot which all but forced us to drink lots of champagne while lolling around in the pool. A hard life indeed. Summer school is reaching the pointy end of term and my students are just starting to realise they now have no chance of completing all the work they should have done before Christmas. Ah, the joys of teaching at university ...

~ Melbourne

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I seem to remember a term paper assignment for History of the Middle East Through Literature that I waited until the bitter end to produce. As an Army veteran majoring in Wildlife Biology taking the class was considered a rather odd choice by my counselor. He was right, I couldn't get beyond the base point of reference for all Islamic culture being the Koran and therefore, placed it as the sole component of my term paper. Professor didn't like my term paper but thanked me for providing a different perspective that he didn't normally have in the class. Also met a delightful raven haired diversion with eyes of crystal blue. Ah, the joys of university...
My original plans had me placing my townhome on the market at the beginning of March. This provides families interested in moving to this location ample opportunity to make the offer/sale/move and be ready for have the children to start classes at the end of Summer. I'm surrounded by a non-profit center that has a community garden and large wood oven pavilion. The town elementary, a brand new large Montessori elementary, a middle and high school and a brand new public library are all within walking distance for little ones.
I could send you some location pics so you could really see the property styles but this site doesn't have the capability. US farmland probably looks different enough from your area to make the descriptions somewhat sketchy.


Selling in spring sounds like a sensible idea; show the place at its best. Here's what the countryside around my locale looks like in midsummer:


and this is what's on the other side of town:


~ Melbourne

This is the property I'm currently looking at. I've been in talks with the owners for over 4 months to let them. Fortunately, they are very agreeable on waiting for me to get there to make the purchase. I believe its due to my planned use of the property that has the elderly couple pleased to watch me continue their stewardship for another few decades.


At the moment its time to get back on the snow shoveling. About 40cm fell.



Goodness. What a beautiful house. You're going to need a herd of goats as well, judging by all that lawn. And such a low price. Quite astonishing, really. Looks like you're onto a real winner there!

~ Melbourne

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