Nope. All public land prohibits permanent habitation. Most public land has a 14 day stay limit and then you must move your camp some predetermined distance or location. Borough of Land Management, National Forests, state recreation areas, etc. Typically allow primitive camping. There are Long Term Visiter Areas out west, but there are few if any East of The Mississippi. These LTVA’s charge about $200 for 9 months and then you only have to figure out what to do the Camping with my Gnomies Shirt it is in the first place but other months. Yes, but I’d they are all homeless, and they are on public land, there isn’t any “owner” of the camp. Except whoever owns it. Right? In theory, if I buy a private property and put a fence around it, can I invite them to sleep there? Maybe even give them running water? Depends on the tenancy and zoning laws. The amount of bullshit our local homeless shelter had to go through to get approval to expand to a second location was enormous.
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Send them to church properties. They are meant to help people, I’m sure their doors, hearts, and wallets will open. Unless of course, they’re all hypocritical christians. You’ve paid taxes on the Camping with my Gnomies Shirt it is in the first place but up keep and maintained of this public land your whole life. Fuck you, not allowed to use it. Rather stupid question, IMO. Of course, if it’s a felony, those homeless people will be jailed. If they are jailed, they can be used as slaves, per the Constitution. You act like this is a mistake, instead of the system working exactly as planned. I remember sitting with a homeless man one night just talking and something like this came up and I asked him what his plan would be if it were to happen and he said something like “well fuck it, if I go to jail at least I’ll be fed and have a roof over my head for a night or two”.