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terra lingua farm has paid position for a woman farm hand.

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terra lingua farm is looking for a farm hand preferably a woman to assist with farm jobs.  we are starting a dry land farm here.  work needed includes using a back back sprayer to disseminate microbes, , using a hand seeder, helping with the nursery.  we are growing  a 20 acre food forest.   you would  have your own a tiny house (trailer) to live in.   cooking can be communal or not.
we need a self starter and hard worker, but experience is not that important.  we would love to have someone who has the ability to do some light mechanical work.

it is beautiful here.  we are in the high desert with forest close by.  we have rolling hills.  juniper and sage where the farmer has not planted rye grass.  we are in kimberly, oregon.  several small towns near us.  the town with a supermarket is 1.5 hours away.  we are isolated.  

looking for someone who wants to chill out for a while.  there is long term opportunity here to do your own thing.  this model could change how agriculture is done regenerating the soil and at the same time earning the farmer a good living.

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please contact charlotte at if interested.
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