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Partnership on remote farm in alaska

 
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Location: Kodiak Island, Alaska
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Not sure this is the right spot for this but see no other classifieds.

We are seeking a mature woman to enter into a partnership in a small farm in bush alaska. Husband is too busy with commercial fishing to give the farm full attention, wife has other interests. Totally off grid, off road, only boat and plane access but all the amenities with micro hydro, hughesnet, indoor plumbing, it's pretty Cush:) we have a summer market of a couple hundred workers 20 miles away whose main source of produce is us so there is growth potential, as well as a native village that has no store.

We seek someone who is interested in a long term partnership, not just one season of awesome adventures. Also someone self motivated and educated in growing in hoop houses(we have 3), he is getting tired of teaching;) For most of the heavy work husband and fishing crew will be working alongside you, part of the time but the day to day would fall on you. Also cooking duties while shared would be your responsibility while others are out fishing.

For the right person this could evolve into a 9 month gig in Alaska and 3 months on a small farm in Oregon in the winter.

You can email us at tungularafishcamp@gmail.com
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Or call 907 539-1456
But I will only be in town and available for a week or so by phone
Thanks for looking,
Rick
 
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