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Permaculture Intership in Utah for spring/summer 2014

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Join the Cedar Springs family for the 2014 growing season and get first hand experience of life on a permaculture farm.

Cedar springs Permaculture Farm is located in central Utah right along I-15 2 hours south of Salt Lake City and 4 hours north of Las Vegas.

We are offering a 3-6 month permaculture internship for the 2014 season. We have 3 positions open and are starting in April. We can be flexible on schedule for the right person so please contact us if interested.

Along with working on planting, building projects, earthworks, and developing food systems on our own property, we also consult permaculture systems for other projects. As an intern you would be involved with all of these aspects, so this would be perfect for someone who is interested in pursuing permaculture in a full time capacity.

Here are some of the experiences that will be available to all interns:

Permaculture Consulting
Animal Husbandry
Sustainable Building Techniques
Composting Techniques
Wild Edible and Medicinal Plants
Several Local canyons for Hiking and Exploring
Natural Hot Spring Pools within 15 mins.

Please visit our website for a detailed explanation of the internship and the proposed projects for this season.

We look forward to hearing from you.
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