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Due to several injuries among our family farmers we are in desperate need of help in our permaculture/polyculture/hugelkulture vegetable farm. Due to being a family run first year business with several injured family members we cannot afford to pay anyone and are quickly falling behind in the tasks required to keep our farm running and stay afloat for the next year.

To that end we are looking for volunteers who are interested in working on a cutting edge hugelkulture/polyculture based organic vegetable farm in return for training and education on how/why we do things, wi-fi, showers, a place to pitch a tent, and all the fresh veggies you can eat! We have a beautiful 30 acre patch with a view of the Mission Valley out front and the Mission Mountains out back. Any and all help is appreciated from full time residency to an hour here and there when you have time!

If you want to check out what we do to see if it is something that interests you please visit

Please feel free to contact us at if you have any questions or wish to express interest.


The Aquarius Farms Team
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