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Hi, I'm a partner at Aquarius farms we are doing a large poly culture farm and are in dyer need of help. We offer the chance to learn how to grow large numbers of multiple varieties of vegetables and herbs. Also meals are provided as well as wifi. We share the common areas of a cabin room for tents and water every where if interested in a great experience contact me at Michaelpittman911@gmail.com
 
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Where are you located and what kind of help are you looking for? (long term, short term, growing, building, etc)
 
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We are in Pablo Montana we need help weeding and harvesting and we Will need help until the season is out but any help would be nice if possible we can't afford to pay anyone that's why I ask we are basically a self sustained farm just starting out
 
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