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East Central Oklahoma Community Project
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East Central Oklahoma Community Project
Sunday, 06 March 2011


An Oklahoma Group for Oklahoma people, especially those who might be located in Ada, Seminole, Pauls Valley, Allen, Holdenville, Ardmore, and similarly located communities, and for any other interested people who would like to participate in a networking project in exchanging ideas for economic survival by creating bartering exchanges, labor pools, legal activism resistance associations, health and dietary workshops, and any other networking activity that might promote freedom towards those individuals who seek a lifestyle not enslaved by corporate masters of global control. Creative people of any kind are especially invited.


Monday, 07 March 2011 by Dane Metcalfe

At  http://www.city-data.com/forum/oklahoma/ I have posted a thread inviting interested people in joining the East Central Oklahoma Community Project here at alt-market. com:



Additionally a social group "East Central Oklahoma Community Project" was created at the city-data forum website:



As I develop further ideas towards acquiring members to this group I will update news items for anyone who might be interested.




Tatiana Buls
hey folks, I am new to this website. I couldn't find a closer group (I live in Duncan - which is more south and west of OKC). Hubby and I are wanna-be survivors. I recently got my generals ham ticket and am learning CW. I have collected (and will collect as they mature) local weeds which are either edible or medicinal. Maybe we can get together as a group some Friday evening in the fall and bring things to barter? Also, does anyone live close to me?
Saturday, 31 August 2013 11:11
Cheri Hughey
I live in Tulsa and am new to the site and bartering. I am a veteran, a former missionary and police officer, former surgical dental assistant and now a published author with my second book in production process. I have done a variety of different things over the years. I'm not sure what I have to offer, services or other wise, but I am willing to learn the system.
Thursday, 17 May 2012 14:22
Oren Truitt
Hello, I've just found this group and joined. I am a trained gunsmith, worked my way through graduate school as a jeweler. Certified science and history teacher, archivist, historian. I can trade my services as a gunsmith, tutor, jeweler, survivalist. I'm an old Eagle Scout, raised a military brat, my survival training goes back to childhood. I am experienced at planning logistics and tactics for bug-in/hunker down. I can also teach firearms use and safety and outdoor/survival skills.
Sunday, 04 March 2012 19:33
Tom Kid
I have 19 hens and 3 roosters (all buff orphingtons) that I need to trade/sell. These are eight months old and in there laying prime. They have been producing an average of 14 eggs per day. I believe they are worth 4 ounces of 99.999% silver. I will consider any reasonable offer.
Tom KidTom Kid on Monday, 02 January 2012 13:45

I have been informed that 7 ounces is closer to the value of these chickens.

Monday, 02 January 2012 10:51
Chris Bishop
Ok folks, who's bartering?

To trade:
a few fryers
a few eggs
some seeds (corn, oats, okra)
a bit of man-power (1 man, 2 strapping young lads)
aluminium cans

Looking for:

110 v electric motors (1/4 HP or bigger)
35 & 55 gallon plastic drums
6mil plastic
Large sheets of rubber
Corrugated sheet steel
Saturday, 27 August 2011 11:21
Chris Bishop
Unfortunately, our economic structure is based on the "Full Faith and Credit" of the US Government.... which is akin to building a house upon the sand.

I have been developing a bartering spreadsheet based upon the price of silver (1 rick of firewood=22DZ eggs=30 loaves of bread=Approx 14 silver dimes, at least at todays prices) but have found little demand for such a tool.

Has anyone considered developing an alternative currency backed by real assets?
Tuesday, 23 August 2011 12:18
Sue D.
I will admit that while I do know about the process, I have not looked into it because I figured the cost was too high at this time. I have also thought about buying the large bags of potting soil and leaving it in the bags, to place them in the back and plant in them. I may have to look at this alternative.

Thanks for reminding me of these options.
Friday, 17 June 2011 10:06
Tom Kid
I have several buff orphington roosters if anyone has need.
Chris BishopChris Bishop on Tuesday, 23 August 2011 12:16

I could really use a buff rooster or two!

I have some Golden Comet pullets (2wks old) and some other hens that I'm willing to barter!

Friday, 17 June 2011 10:03
Sue D.
Does anybody know of someone that I could get to plow up a garden spot. We live on just under 6 acres and I would love to put in a late garden, but I have no way to get the area plowed and ready for planting.
Thursday, 16 June 2011 12:34
Sue D.
I live in Mustang, while not in eastern Oklahoma, it is central. I have 30+ years of nursing knowledge and a small alternative medicine library that I would be willing to put to use. My transportation is lacking at present, but I would be willing to teach, etc
Dane MetcalfeDane Metcalfe on Friday, 25 March 2011 07:01

That's great! Thank you for joining this group. Maybe we can make it into something useful...

Sunday, 20 March 2011 18:13