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Couple looking for internship/work-stay in TX,NM, or AZ

 
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My name is Kristen, I'm travelling with my partner Alex of 2 years. We're looking to learn new skills and work at a farm.
We're available anytime now, to late July, as we've committed to an Internship at another farm during that time.

If interested in having a us for a few months please let me know! Sometime after our Internship ends we'll be around looking again, if someone's interested in a later date.

Here's a little info
Kristen - I have a passion for all things sustainable and I love nature. I have a strong work ethic, I communicate well, I'm self-directed, and honest. When I worked at a farm called Southwinds I learned Transplanting, Planting, Harvesting, Weeding, Watering, General Labor, Organic Methods, and Worked the stall at Farmer's Markets.
Alex - I'm a former U.S. Marine with a strong and dependable work ethic.  I have a respect for nature and wish to learn the skills to live sustainably and harmoniously with nature.  I'm self motivated, honest, and honorable.  I have no farm experience but I am willing to learn and I enjoy physical labor.  


If you'd like more info, I have resumes I can send through email, you can reach me at kristentabor@rocketmail.com
 
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