Not sure if anyone here uses the website "hipcamp" but just in case I am going to leave a link below. It is like air bnb but for raw vacant land. In case your home environment is less than suitable (EMF wise), camping may be the way to go. All you have to do is type in the area that you want to camp and then look at the results. There are spots all over the U.S. and some of them are far away from cell towers(but still you should look on antenna search to confirm) and since it is vacant land there are no neighbors with wifi. Just a thought that may help.
We should communicate as i am also starting an EHS-friendly campground in Bedrock, CO. Right now I am dealing with trying to get legal with the county and all of their requirements for proper sewage system, permits, etc. I think I have space for 10-12 tent sites and maybe a couple RV sites. Campers could transition to monthly rental or work/trade if they liked it here and we got along. We could network, refer people to each other, etc.
Wow that’s awesome, I’m about 8 hours away, but I’m such a city boy and paying the price for it trying to improve my sensitivity. Would be interested in any updates about your progress and developments. I’m not the most handiest guy with my health but I’m sure I would gain my strength back when I’m not numbed up many hours of everyday.
1200 a month is pretty high for a piece of land with nothing else but maybe I could work out something lower for my longer stay. What I'd really like to know is the level of emf's at the site. If its 0.0005mW/m2 or less it might work for me. The city is nearby where I can get food and supplies. I will be bored out of my mind with nobody around but I will figure something out, probably do alot of reading and bike riding.