We have enjoyed a great group of woofers and permies in the last five years at our homestead farm. Minimum stay has been usually a couple of months, some woofers have returned the following season and stayed as long as five months. We are always sad to see them go as during their time here we build a small community of our own.
My husband and I can easily run the homestead ourselves but we choose to open our space to new people. If there were a couple who were interested in remaining with us through the winter season, we would love to talk to you about possibilities. I am vegan, my husband is not. I teach yoga, and at a local community college. He is an attorney. Together we have a huge garden (raised beds) and live on 18.5 acres. We care take an additional 6 acres for the horses, and we also own 80 acres in nearby VT.
Cherry Plain Sanctuary Farm, home to a lovely Quarterhorse mare, a lovely Standardbred mare, a lovely Standardbred/Haflinger filly, two mules, two llamas, many bees, seven cats, three weimeraners, three humans, and the ever expanding plant kingdom.
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