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Salary$ Farm/Sanctuary Assistant Needed Tacoma, Wa

 
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We are finally paying off my first little 5 acres! I have been making payments for nearly 5 years, and I began, clearing and living here two years ago.

There is now a rapidly expanding orchard and next year we should have some real crops producing. Maybe at market in two years.

This place is still just beginning and lacking in comforts and infrastructure. I am looking for someone who want so come live/work off-grid. In addition to all organic food being provided and living here at no cost, we can negotiate a salary for you, (as long as you are working and getting things done), I imagine the low end of a monthly salary being 800$. Could be more, and there are lots of opportunities to generate extra income here. Basically, the more you work, the more you make!

Opportunities to learn are infinite! Everything from, organic, biodynamic, natural farming, permaculture, reindiginizing, orchard/food forest planting, to keeping and raising chickens, conventional framing/building, round wood building, felling trees, hugelkulture projects, treehouses hopefully beginning next year, potential for hunting, and all that goes with that. Striving for sustainability! Endless possibilities.
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Hi
I'm Joe
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Please call at your convenience
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Is this position still available ?
 
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Hello,
My young family is very interested in learning more about this opportunity. My wife and I have been looking for an opportunity like this for quite a while. We. Together I believe we have a unique combination of skills and experience that may be beneficial to your land and project.

Please feel free to reach out to us at
mark@wassaillandcare.com

Thank you
 
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