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Opportunities in Western Washington on our permaculture homestead (wwoof, volunteer, resident)

 
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*There are a few different accommodation and work options; meaning different expectations for possible short or long term residents. When inquiring: please state what type of opportunity you are looking for.
We need volunteer help around the land, as well as devoted community members.*

Space is available at our 9 acre permaculture homestead/naturalist school in Sedro-Woolley (one spot is for someone who has a trailer - we have water and electric hookups for that spot). There are always sites for tents. Check our our website! (Ravensroots.com)

We are a community of people working to grow our own food, medicine and live sustainably off the land and are looking for like minded people. These are not just rentals and we are looking for people that are looking to participate in what we are doing. In addition to the very affordable rent listed above, there is a work trade component as well. Volunteers are always welcome.

Working interviews will be held on our farm for potential residents (2 days of work) before we make our selection.

Send me a message if you are interested and we can talk details
 
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Welcome to permies, Nigel! I took a brief look at your website and it looks like you're doing excellent things at Raven's Roots!

I also added this thread to the Cascadia forum, and could add it to intentional community, too, if you think that might be a good fit for what you're seeking.
 
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That would be great if you could do that for me! Thank you!
 
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Done! Best wishes and best of luck for some great connections for you!

 
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hi i'm interested in what you're doing.  still doing it?  i tried to look up your website, ravensroots.com but it keeps first saying "insecure" and then sending me to some other website.
 
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Tracy Gilmore wrote:hi i'm interested in what you're doing.  still doing it?  i tried to look up your website, ravensroots.com but it keeps first saying "insecure" and then sending me to some other website.



Noticed this thread since I grew up in Bellingham and was curious who might be doing this homestead.

Odd the website is a squarespace website, so it is not a malicious site. Your computer security seems to be overactive.

In case they don't get back to you through this thread. I will paste their contact info in a PM to you. While it is out in the open on their site, I just don't feel comfortable putting people's contact info in public forums without permission. But that should give you the ability to contact them more directly.
 
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Hello Nigel! I am looking for education/culture exchange and interested in a possible work-exchange for the fall/winter. Are you on workaway.info?
 
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