Due to receiving a job offer to be Farm Manager for a restoration ag startup, I am leaving my current farming operation on leased land. I have agreed to help the land owner find a new farmer occupant. This is an unique opportunity in an extremely beautiful setting. 23 acres just north of the Skagit river comprised of an upper and lower field, separated by a strip of mixed forest. About 10 acres "farmable" flat pasture land. Lower field has higher quality pasture, and has been rotationally grazed with goats and chickens by myself this last season. This farm is very much a blank slate, would be great opportunity for someone to get started with a farming enterprise without some of the expenses a lot of folks are facing. It is a property caretaker / crop share lease arrangement. You would need to provide property maintenance, and a produce to the land owner in exchange for use of the land. There are 2 tractors available to use, a small greenhouse, and some irrigation infrastructure in place. I'm leaving about 1.25 ac. cover cropped. There is a very nice brand new large cabin available for housing, and an older cabin that would make a great cabin for apprentices. The property is off the grid with a solar system and propane generator, however there will be grid power available shortly.The owner is interested with those with farming / entrepreneurial experience, preferably a couple. If interested, email me an intro about yourself and any relevant experience.
Looking forward to hearing from you!
Ten years experience care taking. We are an organic family who live in a tiny house on wheels. We we have two year old son who we homeschool. We have experience caring for large and small animals, have grown several organic gardens and are looking for like minded educated people to help out with their homesteading. I have been a teacher, daycare provider and currently a gymnastics coach. My husband has a masters in business and currently works as a account relationship manager at a corporate bank.
Our dream is to eventually build a fully self sustainable tiny house
community. We love care taking and a very hard workers! We do not smoke, eat all organic, and see a holistic doctor for supplements and homeopathic remedies. I do not drink and my husband has less than 1 beer a week. Here is our blog https://www.facebook.com/tinyhousebigmoments/. We use all organic and mostly homemade cleaning products that are environmentally safe and toxin free. I am an excellent cleaner and organizer. Feel free to contact at firstname.lastname@example.org we live in a tiny house on wheels so are available now.