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Seeking Caretaker for Humboldt Permaculture Homestead March 15 - Mid May

 
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Hello!
I am posting this for a good friend. He is a great person to work with and his farm is beautiful!

Looking for trustworthy and hardworking individual or couple to caretake an offgrid permaculture farm focused on permaculture and self reliance along the Van Duzen river. The care taking job is from March 15th until mid May .
This job can then transition into a gardening internship for the duration of the summer and fall.

Caretaker has minimal work responsibilites and is provided a cabin. Also includes some homegrown garden food and staples. $500 stipend paid if animals are well cared for.
This is a good opportunity for an artist, musician, writer, or someone looking to practice simple living or to have time to work on their craft.
Daily chores include caring for a small flock of chickens, ducks, and sheep.
The birds need to be let out first thing early every morning and then closed in every evening. Then tending some plants in a small green house and a little bit of fruit tree pruning is expected as well as some spring weeding.
Caretaker cabin is off grid with some cell reception to Verizon phones. Its woodnheated and wood is provided along with hot shower and sauna nearby cabin.

Call for more info! Cabin is available now.

I don't have Internet or use computer. Cell service is marginal.
The best way to contact is to text me with your name and number so we can arrange a time to talk on the phone.
If I don't get the chance to answer- keep calling me.

Call for more info
Brook 707-400-4428
 
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