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In search of landowner that is interested in developing land into a sustainable farm.

Criteria requires access to water and good sun; a room or space in which to live in exchange for my work

My experience:
2+ years experience working on vegetable farms… planting, tending, harvesting, marketing/sales
3+ years experience living in communities… building with cob, making ponds and gardens, doing permaculture, making organic hydroponic systems with high yield

Can provide work experience and references upon request

Thanks
 
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Location: Arnold ca. Soon to be skagit county wa
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Hi Bri, I have some property that I would like to turn into a sustainable farm. Let me know if you’re interested and we can talk about the details. It’s in NW WA in skagit county up hwy 20 in marblemount. There’s a well, and a bunch of sun. Already has fruit trees and stuff and there’s a house on the property. Have a nice day
 
                                
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Hello. Send us a p m  would like to talk. Thanks
 
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