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Hi everyone,

I'm Tom, 25yo Australian and travelling while picking up permaculture knowledge is my game! Yes there is so much info on the internet but I only learn hands on. And it great to see all of the beautiful places and their beautiful inhabitants

I will traveling America from mid 2011 with the sole purpose of learning what I can, as I want to start my own permaculture farm by 2013.

Of course I will be using wwoofing and helpx but from my experiences in europe the best farms/ communes I found were outside of these networks.

My skills, umm  I have a strong back and am quick to smile. I like to try to cook. I love animals ( yes including people). I've always been on the move so I adapt quickly.

So if your looking for a hand and can pass on some knowledge on send me a message

 
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You dont seem to have had much of a response - try www.helpx.net for more options.
good luck
Kathy
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But is there any non-profitable web site to get contact with organic farms?
 
                        
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Yes, http://www.wwoof.org/
 
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there are lots of organic farms and other land based places on both helpx and workaway.com and they're both very cheap to join - cheaper than wwoof as you need to often pay per country
 
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I am accepting apprentices on my small farm in upstate New York - one half mile from Lake Ontario.  It is permaculture based, lots to be learned here.  For more details, message me.
 
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