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southern interior BC small farm looking for gardeners and builders

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We are a middle aged couple who finally made it out of the big city and are blessed with an old farmstead that has a ton of potential. But we realize we can not do it all ourselves. This place could produce several kinds of businesses, it just needs the right people (kind, generous, repectful and hardworking) . So if you are landless but are skilled and creative, come work with us this summer and lets see how that develops. We would really like gardeners and carpenters...We are interested in a lot of things beside permaculture...aquaponics, vermiculture, raising meat rabbits (maybe) We already have ducks and chickens coming soon and raised 3 (very tasty now) birkshire pigs..we could do more and free range them if we had fencing help.
We have new roof on the barn and could set up a small apartment for someone(s)...Anybody out there want at least an adventure and potentially a home?
Love this site by the way..thanks Paul!
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Location: Edmonton Alberta
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What area are you situated in?
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Location: Zone Five, B.C., Western Canada.
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I'd wwoof for you for awhile. Where are you located?
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