We just bought a property with 10 acres of land in upstate NY (a little less than 5 acres of cleared land and the rest is wooded). There is also a creek running through the property year-around. We would like to make it a self sustaining farm. Since my husband works in IT, he will only stay here during weekend and holidays. I need 1 or two people who can help me with all the works need to be done in order to make it a working farm. I am looking for people with farming experience such as organic gardening, installing fencing, caring animals, or are handy men type as we will need to build a greenhouse etc. You can have your own room or share it if there are two of you. There is indoor bathroom and internet access. Lunch will be included. I will pay a weekly stipend of $100. Any suggestions and ideals will be greatly appreciated. Thanks for reading.
I am a recent graduate of Saint Anselm College in Manchester, NH. I have always loved gardening , and my family tries to use organic produce, meats, etc. and I have become very interest, in doing more. I don't not really have a great deal of experience with permacullture farming, but have done a great deal of research and I would love to learn more.
Hello, are you still looking for people to come help out on your farm? I have experience with herbal medicine, organic and bio-dynamic gardening, raising chickens, some beekeeping, some architecture and construction and marketing, advertising. I also sew, knit (I would love to raise sheep for wool) cook, bake, can and preserve food (jams, pickles, sauerkraut) and homeschool my 6 and 2 year old. I would love to homeschool any other children who might live on your farm. I also do yoga and can teach yoga to children and beginners. Pleae let me know if you are still looking. Thank you.
posted 7 years ago
Thanks for your interest in helping on our farm. May I ask where are you currently located? You mentioned your two children, what about other member of your family?
Please email me directly at hhong3138 at gmail.com. Thanks.
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