Family of four, small farm with sheep and poultry, a ceramic workshop with a large wood fired kiln. Francois (French) and Linda(norwegian), both ceramists of profession. Linda has background from a mountain farm and exams in agricultural. Linda has travelled around for many years,making ceramics, building kilns and also volunteering. We recently bought a run down farm with old wooden houses, and are in the process of restoring these. Our project is to offer ceramic courses and have people visit the farm and workshop, and be self sufficient and run the farm mainly with permaculture and organic farming principles. We have hosted woofers for many years and find it is a great exchange. We speak french, english and norwegian. You live in comfortable cabin , we prepare lunch together, you cook breakfast and dinner. We supply good food, mainly organic and local.
Help in the house
We can teach you about farming and the way of life in the countryside of Norway. Vegetable and fruit growing, animal care , and about ceramics. The area we live in by the Hardanger fjord is great for outdoor activities, hiking, fishing etc.
The tasks are varied . It is good if you have some experience with manual work. Great advantage if you like animals, as we have many of them. Carpentry skills are welcome, gardening skills and knowledge about fruit trees also. But not absolutely necessary!
french, english, norwegian
Independant cabin with private bedroom and shared kitchen. Shower and toilet is at the main house. broadband wifi . We supply all food you need
We like to live close to nature and to use the great outdoor opportunities we have around here. You can go down to the fjord to fish or swim, or hike in the mountains and camp our. It is great if you are independent and like to be in quiet beautiful surroundings. The closest city is 2 hrs away , bus connections are good. We have a local shop and bank
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
More than two
No more than 5 hours a day, 5 days a week
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