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New Permaculture-Based WOOFING opportunity in Hamilton, Montana  RSS feed

 
Noah Jackson
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This is our second year farming in the Bitterroot Valley and we are focusing our work on building infrastructure and social infrastructure and community that makes for a strong food system. We have intern opportunities starting in mid-April and would be grateful for some help. Projects for April include a strawbale farm store. Please message us for details, or check out our updated wwoofer-usa profile! https://wwoofusa.org/farm/sweetroot-farm/

Happy Growing,
Mary and Noah at SweetRoot Farm
 
Justin Wallace
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Hiya, I am looking for an opportunity to enrich myself and a community. I am hoping to do it sooner than later. I have been doing ranch/farm hand work, and I have a general understanding of all construction. I work hard and enjoy people, but I am looking for something like what you have available. If you guys don't have any openings please point me in the right direction. Thank you for your time.
 
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Hi,

We cannot offer pay, but our interns do get a lot of experience. We offer room and board and are happy to consider you for as short as two weeks this summer. We are currently have two interns booked for this coming growing season, but they are staying from 2-6 weeks. You can read our WWOOFER-USA profile here (https://wwoofusa.org/farm/sweetroot-farm/). You can find us on Facebook too, at SweetRoot Farm. We are in the Bitterroot Mountains of Hamilton, Motana. Please reach out to us directly at noah @ forestvoices dot org

Thanks for your interest!
 
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