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Area: Orava vald, PõlvamaaI grow hemp and other crops to make a living. I am interested in creating beautiful spaces - gardens (vegetable gardens, beauty gardens) and small buildings (cabins, saunas, tea houses). I am also interested in permaculture and ecological lifestyle. It would be great to have people come over to help a bit with all kinds of work. I don´t like to plan work too far ahead, so I cannot tell you what kind of work is being done when you come, but I definitely want people to enjoy themselves and find a job they like. It could be gardenind, building, making firewood, or even a bit of farming. Preferred lenght of stay is 1-3 weeks. I offer accommodation and food.
Area: Lot/DordogneWe are a British gay male couple. We own and run a small restaurant and bed & breakfast in south west France, situated on the edge of the Dordogne river in a very historic and touristic village. LOOKING FOR A PLACEMENT FROM THE 24TH AUGUST TO THE 14TH OF SEPTEMBER
Area: Nong KhaiHello everybody. My name is Uma I came back 3 years ago in Nong khai for take care my familly. Before i was working in Bangkok in a vegeterian restaurent, like a cook and a cooking teacher, since 4 years. Now i start a new life in the farm of my familly. The target of this place its to share nowledge with local poeple, about alternative constructions, organic agriculture, and languages too. In the same hand i can teach about thai culture, cooking school, and much more. Try to be selfsufficient. The important thing you should know we dont make any profit from the farm, all the rice and the vegetables we grow is for the farm, famillies, friends, and volunteers. Its why we ask a contribution of 150 bath per day and person, this include accomodation, food cooking and eating togethers, electricity, gas for cooking and go to the market, electricity and water of cours, also cycle (2) for makes tours, and a very nice experiences in the thai rural isan culture. We situated near nong khai in the rice field,close to a little village called Nong Bua Thong (golden lotus). There is a cafe internet 5 min walk from the farm, 2 min by cycling. Nong khai center is 25 min by cycling. We build the farm 3 years ego, all the materials come from the farm, not more then 20 meters around. The structure of the roof and the wall is in bamboo , insulation is with rice straw. And the plaster in and outside by the soil from the field near, this hous is very eco friendly If you dont like to participate every day in the activities of the farm, you also can come as a guest, for this we ask 100 bath per day for accomodation, the food is not include. Hope the great interesting trip, all the best trees for life team
Area: British ColumbiaFamily-owned guest ranch and working cattle ranch just four hours north of Vancouver. 100 Horses, Large Heated Pool, about 30 staff. We generally have about 10 work exchangers at a time. You will be part of a fun-loving team in a friendly and supportive environment. WORKING HOLIDAY VISA IS REQUIRED if you are not a Canadian citizen.
Area: Southeast Ohio, near Ohio UniversityWe are a queer family with two kids growing our small farm since 2007. Our goals are to provide healthy, sustainable food for our family and surrounding community. We love being able to offer an opportunity for folks to be connected with their food and are particularly interested in providing a space for women to find their strengths and learn new skills of self-sufficiency. We currently sell fresh eggs, poultry meat, cheese, yogurt, keifer and fermented vegetable products and hope to extend our market on these items. We have a small garden, along with polyframes and coldframes for winter and summer crops that provide a majority of our food. We have a small CSA and often our members come out to help on the farm. We are interested in exploring alternative methods for creating outbuildings and landscaping our farm. We have only just begun, and love the idea of sharing this experience with others along the way!