To find themselves suddenly neighbors with foreigners living in trees, locals were dubious of the project at first. "A lot of people look at the make up of our village and they say oh, well it's just ... more 
To find themselves suddenly neighbors with foreigners living in trees, locals were dubious of the project at first. "A lot of people look at the make up of our village and they say oh, well it's just a community of expatriates, so whatever," Hogan says, which is why they treat the land with as much respect as possible and try to keep a low profile. "We're in a transition where we're getting a much more locally-based ownership. (Locals) have shown a lot of interest." less 
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Tue, Jul 31, 2012 12:00 PM EDT