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I am manifesting continued opportunities to share my gifts and talents. Experienced college educated all organic farmHer individual with organic/biodynamic/sustainable/permaculture/homesteading skills. Utilizing 3 Permaculture Certificates, and a Bachelor of Arts Degree from The Evergreen State College with major area of Emphasis on Environmental Studies and Cultural Studies.

Strong marketing, book keeping, Internet skills. I have taken culinary courses starting in junior high, high school and continued in college. I have the ability and culinary knowledge to preserve food; some examples are by making cheese, cultured vegetables, wild fermentation, canning, dehydrating. I also grow herbs and wild forage plants for medicinal and culinary uses. This includes making tinctures, salves, and tea. I have earned a Floral Design college certificate and have held a management position as a Floral Designer.
I have raised dairy/meat goats, sheep, and chickens all organically and holistically. I know horse care and ride English (hunter/jumper/arena), Western (trail), and Australian. Past experience with driving trucks, trailers, tractors, lawn tractors, ATVs. I can provide basic maintenance in managing a farm; with option to travel with lamancha dairy goats. Currently providing Community Supported Agriculture goat shares memberships in Missouri.
In my spare time practice Hatha and Kundalini yoga and have since I was 12 years old including facilitating as a teacher assistant. Participated in tribal style belly-dancing classes for 3 years.


Experience with Deep Ecology in the Pacific Northwest coast and Midwest and I am flexible in relocating. I welcome traveling by land or water and sharing mutual knowledge, education, and experience with each other. I am available to travel immediately. I have references available on request.

Please contact me by email.
greenergirl@gmail.com

Ever New Joy and In Health,
Angela Rothweiler
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Angela Rothweiler : You seemed to be following the WWoofe Threads, did you see the one posted by Cassie L. Oct 24th?

Marjory Wildcraft is seeking a new Editor, Several of your self published strengths and skills seem a good match !
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allen lumley wrote:Angela Rothweiler : You seemed to be following the WWoofe Threads, did you see the one posted by Cassie L. Oct 24th?

Marjory Wildcraft is seeking a new Editor, Several of your self published strengths and skills seem a good match !
BIG AL



Here is that link http://www.permies.com/t/40665/WWOOF-organic-farm-volunteers-interns/Marjory-Wildcraft-seeking-Editor
welcome to permies, Angela and good luck!
 
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Angela,

That is quite a vita! (and an attractive Friesian.) Welcome.

It is refreshing to hear someone talk about themselves in terms of what they can contribute rather than what one wants or is seeking. Bonus points for that. Is your intention to leave the Northwest?
 
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Ideally welcoming a warm climate. Thanks for your feedback and compliments.
 
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I sure could use a hand around here.
 
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How is your search going Angela?

I can always use competent help on my very small farm in western colorado. Small goat dairy with rotational grazing, soil development. There would be room for an enterprising person to do something like microgreens.

It's an option to keep in mind as you head in to your adventure.

Thekla
 
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five days of natural building (wofati and cob) and rocket cooktop oct 8-12, 2018
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