My names Greg Evans my friend Brianne and our cat Batman have been working on three farms this last growing season and are eager to start again. We were part of a 220people CSA at one farm and know the hard work and long hours it takes. We have our Permaculture design certificate,some experience in greenhouse work, ethnobotany and tincture/salve making and attended a Wilderness Survival College called Alderleaf in Monroe, WA. We have refrences and resumes upon request and hope we hear back from you!
Not sure if this would be up your ally, but I'm looking for an intern or two. We're in Carbondale Colorado and are developing the sustainable agriculture program at an educational farm (a branch of Aspen Center for Environmental Studies). It's mostly demonstrational and small scale, and we have a variety of livestock rotating on pasture, a forest garden, hoop house, and community garden. We can't offer pay or housing this year (I'm really hopeful we will next year), so are probably looking for local students, but if you can afford it, it's a chance to learn everything we've learned farming and also develop any projects to explore your own interests. We both have our PDCs, I completed teacher training, and Caitlin used to work at CRIMPI, so there's lots of permaculture going on! Here's the link:
I was just wondering if you had filled those intern positions at this point. Ive been studying permaculture in various climates the past few years and most recently briefly stayed at CRMPI. Let me know>
After burning through the drip stuff and the french press stuff, Paul has the last, ever, coffee maker. Better living through buying less crap.