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Young Couple Looking for Short Term Volunteer Work On Farm West Coast/Arizona Oct-Jan

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Hello, my name is Jared. Me and my girlfriend are traveling down the West Coast towards Tuscan Arizona From Northern California(Valley Fire Area), and we were looking to work for food/shelter on a permaculture farm. We can't commit to longer than 2-4 Weeks, but if the situation is working well it could be longer. We are open to hard physical labor and doing whatever needs to be done. We have a dog and a rabbit traveling with us. The dog is a Border Collie/Australian Shepard Mix, so he is a great herder and watchdog. The bunny wouldn't get in the way too much, we would just set up her pen in a corner somewhere, and she is very friendly . We are going to the Tuscan Gem Fair in Feb. so we will be available until then, and possibly afterwards as well if the farm is is Arizona. We are very interested in Permaculture/Sustainable Living and we would like to set up our own farm someday, so we figured this would be the perfect educational experience. Our house just burned down so we are taking advantage of the freedom and traveling around to places we have always wanted to go, and maybe learn some things along the way. If you are interested, you can email us at ductapearts@gmail.com. Thank you so much =).
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An interesting proposition, I hope you two find somebody.
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