My name is Stefan and I have been working as a professional outdoor chef,guide,gardener,Tour Leader and much moore. At the moment teacher in restaurantschool and ecological farming. Im Building a small house in a small, newly started eco village community of three households in the middle of Sweden. As we are in the beginning of the process there is a lot of work to be done, gardening, building and construction projects. Chopping firewood and helping out with animals( ducks, rabbits and chickens) Our values are based on permaculture principles, and there is a summercafe and ecocenter in the village.
This summer I will be going away my self for some shorter trips and some help with animals and watering would be needed. There is an old buss to stay in, ( if im not use it my self, then the house will be free)
Cooking / shopping
Help with Eco project
Examples of working ecological buildings , handling and learning about small animals, gardening and self sufficent lifestyle. Close relation to our everyday life in a Swedish small town and the sourraoundings.
No special knowledge or skills is required, but a practical mind is needed. People that want to learn and are willing to help out enthusiastically will have the possibility to learn about organic gardening, building, animals and solutions for a sustainable lifestyle. Basically we will be working on my house,chopping wood and make sure that the animals are fine.
Old mercedes buss (or in the house if im using the buss my self..) ,If you traveling with your own tent or caravan there is nice space here at the lake. No showers but we are right by the lake and its nice and warm to swim in during summertime. Wery simple but nice outdoor toilett.
There is a beautiful small lake in the village, great for fishing, swimming and canoe trips. Hiking in the deep forest surrounding us. Close to the Baltic coast and the archipelago.
To get here you travel to Söderhamn, easy access from Stockholm by bus,train or car. 2-3 hours. I will pick you up in Söderhamn.
Maximum 4-5 hours a day, 5 days a week