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Seeking Education Director For Permie Center in Mexico

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Rancho Sol y Mar, a working Permaculture ranch and sustainability education center located on the Pacific coast of Mexico is looking for a new Director for its Experiential Education Program (EEP!). Rancho Sol y Mar is beautifully situated in a small, friendly beach town about two hours south of Puerto Vallarta.

Our current opening is for an individual or couple who have advanced organic gardening experience, particularly in the tropics  or sub tropics. This position will run November 2017 through spring 2018, with the possibility to continue seasonally or year round. The position involves managing and educating students in entry level homesteading and/or Permaculture knowledge. This opportunity will include lodging and a generous profit sharing plan for the right candidate(s). Intermediate or higher Spanish, teaching experience, PDC certification, vegetarian cooking, and gardening experience in the tropics are all a plus in applying for this position.

Please contact us at: or come meet us at the Permaculture Convergence in Hopland CA, Oct. th/8th!
I promise I will be the best, most loyal friend ever! All for this tiny ad:
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