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Looking for Child-Friendly Farm to Volunteer/Intern On

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I am a 30 year old female (married with a 4 year old toddler) moving to the Pacific Northwest in Washington, USA. And have completed a Permaculture Design Course with Geoff Lawton and am eager to get working on the things I've learned. I'm especially interested about learning more about animal husbandry, specifically fiber animals such as sheep, goat, alpaca, yak, etc. and natural dying as well as growing plant foods as well. The only caveat is that I would need to bring my almost 4 year old toddler with me. If there is a farm in the Snohomish, Whidbey Island, Redmond, Carnation, Monroe, Snoqualamie, Sammamish etc area that has a WWOOFING opportunity available like this please let me know!
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