Burra Maluca wrote:Bethanny - you might find it helpful to read through this thread - Kids at the lab. Also remember that everything is still in early stages at the lab, so there might not be much to 'see' yet.
Bethanny Parker wrote:
I am thinking that this would be a good way to show my hubby what the heck I'm talking about and hopefully get him as excited about it as I am. Maybe we could come and stay for a few days to a week so he can see what I'm trying to get him into.
go to all the trouble of setting them up with a bunk, giving them a tour, making sure they are fed, getting them started on a project, etc.
Matu Collins wrote:It sort of sounds like he's offering a place for people to participate, not just take a tour.
Matu Collins wrote:Didn't mean to sound snarky! That's good, I shouldn't worry.
kadence blevins wrote:So i could send hundred bucks.. come and work and stay until i know i fit in/people click or its decided i dont fit/things dont click?
Matu Collins wrote:Interesting. I'd want people to fill out an application first.
If I was a free agent I'd go for this!
Bethanny Parker wrote:I didn't realize how early it was. I just found this place last summer.
Sara Russell wrote:How does one sign up? Me and my partner will be moving to Montana to start our own permaculture adventure and would love to meet, volunteer, learn as much as possible. We're already signed up for other stuff but would love to learn hands on and just absorb everything we can for a while.
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