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Three farms in North Idaho Seeking Woofers

 
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At the Clark Fork River Delta, where it drains into the magnificent Lake Pend Oreille you will find a little town that defies description. (Part redneck, part back to Earthers, a bunch of artists and craftspeople and an abundance of Natural Beauty and Wilderness. If you are interested in long term (maybe lifetime) woofing and homesteading opportunities in the Pacific Northwest and have references or past experience in this lifestyle contact me.

We prefer folks who have farm trade experience but it is all about trading and learning new skills, don't be shy.

If you are a Woofer look me up on the site and then check out the farms nearby: https://wwoofusa.org/farm/antelope-mountain-enterprises/

Or contact me directly and we can go from there, kennycasler@gmail.com


 
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Howdy Ken, welcome to permies!
I tried the link and it took me to a log in page that asks for a user ID and password.
Is there another website or a name of a farm I can search for?
What is the name of the town?
 
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Hi Miles,

Thank you for the "welcome" I have been part of this forum for ages (in spirit) It is good to be connecting with folks personally now.

Apparently you need to be registered on the WWOOF site to view farms. You can learn a bit more about me on one of my websites bountifuladventures.com We are in Clark Fork, Idaho and if you contact me via personal e-mail I will connect you with the other farmers. Here is link to a project begun last Spring: Yurt workshops wrap up

Thanks for your interest.

Ken
 
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