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building and homesteading apprenticeship

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I was considering places to post this unique opportunity, and realized that sometimes apprenticeships are posted here. I have made a WWOOF profile describing the homestead which also has a link to a video of the off-grid setup:


Mainly I am looking for an enthusiastic person or persons who are interested in learning how to build a house and set up a homestead, which is taking place this year. There is a tiny house for them to live in. All genders/ages welcome. All food provided for. The house design is being done together with a member of Whole Trees Madison, and the design is similar to this house https://wholetrees.com/portfolio-item/albertson-residence/
Whole (round pole) timber framing, earthen floor, bermed.

Would like input and participation from someone interested in permaculture.  Lots more going on at the homestead, get in touch.


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Hi Courtney, I'm a PDC graduate, and also have much experience working on organic farms (including formal training). I'm looking for a homestead to work/live on, this Summer-Fall (May-October 2020). If you'd like to discuss further, please email me: madmaa17 at gmail dot com. The photo of the house you linked to, is beautiful! I'm much more of a farmer/gardener than a house-builder, but I do plan to build a single-level tiny house at some point, have helped pour a house foundation, helped at a few straw bale construction & plastering projects, and learned to frame walls & nail up sheetrock while volunteering with Habitat for Humanity. Passive solar, photovoltaic design & installation and other alternative energy / sustainable construction/rehab modalities are big interests of mine, with much more to learn! - Marie
Oh, sure, you could do that. Or you could eat some pie. While reading this tiny ad:
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