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Northeast Homestead seeks farm helper(s) for August/September

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Location: upstate NY near MA/VT
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Hi all,

Our wonderful Woofer is heading out in August, and we still have a few months of great weather for those of you who are not fans of the cold. Our homestead farm includes two horses, four llamas, two dogs, five cats big gardens, and four beehives. Work in August/September will be primarily be harvesting and animal care, including bringing hay from the hay shed to the barn, harvesting both food and honey, fermenting, and maintaining the gardens. If you have experience with horses that is a BIG PLUS. The mares are rescues, very thrilled to be at our homestead on open pasture. I train using gentle Natural Horsemanship methods. The girls are bitless and barefoot.

Our homestead is a chill environment. We are very supportive of woofers who want to enjoy the gifts of the great Northeast while they are visiting with us. Only 25 hours per week gets you a loft space of your own, and we share the kitchen and bathrooms in the house.

Drop me a line at photonicgirl@hotmail.com if you are going to be in the area and would like to set up an interview. We are located on the NY/VT/MA border, and also have 80 acres of pristine VT wilderness nearby should you wish to enjoy a true wilderness experience there.

Thank you, namaste, mahalo,

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