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Location: southern Tasmania, cool wet climate but not so frosty
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My partner and I have been travelling for almost two years in Eurasia and worked on many farms; we learned about aquaponics in Indonesia, in Thailand we were on a few permaculture communities, we helped buidling two houses in China (cob buidling), a food forest in Taiwan, in Greece and Slovenia we helped on small scale farms (where we builded a massive rocket stove!)…

We are looking for a place to volunteer with self-minded people, that are willing to not just tell us what to do but also why and how. We dont mind mulching and weeding etc., but we would very much appreciate a long time project such as eco building projects or establishing a forest garden.

For that reason, we would prefer to stay for at least one month, starting in July, preferably somewhere in the Northern Rivers region

If accomodation is a problem, we can consider camping or even renting a place nearby, but otherwise something like a caravan is just fine:)

Let us know if you have any questions,

all the best

please reach us on vince@priest.com
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