When I tried searching for makerspaces in rural settings every initiative I saw was transplantation of urban makerspace practices into rural locales with little consideration of why makerspaces thrive in urban locations.

When I looked for hackerspaces in rural environs I instead saw the idea of hackerlands which takes the ethos and applies it to rural areas. Unfortunately, I can only find a single article on it from 2014 because that is happening around France and I cannot read French.

The other place I see popping up is Hacker Farm in Japan. There seems to be a lot more information about them in English.

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