Immediate availability. We are looking for volunteers with building experience to help with the Workaway cabin to close it in for winter and get bunks set up inside as well as finish some of the walls and install a wood stove.
We do have accommodations available if needed at another house as we are hoping to have more help as soon as possible to prepare for winter.
We have COVID friendly ways to stay and volunteer. Please reach out to discuss further. We are currently working on building chicken coops, gardens, cutting down trees and have added another horse to our herd. If you can help with these skills or would like to assist with preparing meals and household chores. Please contact for more information.
Winter is coming. We can accept workers in any form now, tent, camper van etc. We are looking for help with preparing for winter! Animals housing will need to be prepared, wood needs to be chopped and stacked and general outdoor maintenance. Reach out and let’s chat about how long you’d like to stay and what projects are in the works!
Our Workawayer cabin is almost complete and we are very pleased with the love and care that has gone into creating this space for you to stay inside. A space created by Workawayers before you. Each person who has stayed has contributed their talents to this structure and it’s slowly coming together - however please still read below and understand the conditions are “roughing it”
Coming this fall we will be looking for workers to assist with building, preparing garden boxes for next spring, animal care...read below for more. We can accommodate families so long as you understand the conditions are considered “roughing it”
Please take note that the conditions are Canadian Outdoors. There is space to camp in a tent and an outhouse for facilities. The work is outdoors as the ranch is just in the beginning phase. Chopping wood, clearing brush, cleaning up the grounds, building structures, caring for animals.
At our ranch we are creating an eco friendly environment on a First Nations Reservation. This will be a place of mindfulness and serenity. We are welcoming workawayers who are passing through while exploring Canada’s outdoors. Here you can practice English while participating in a variety of outdoor chores and learn more about Canadian First Nations culture!
Help with Eco Projects
DIY and building projects
Creating/ Cooking family meals
Help around the house
We are happy to help you practice English and teach you about First Nations culture in Canada.
Work will be mostly outdoors. We are clearing land, building structures, building fencing, clearing brush, cutting and stacking wood.
This host offers a language exchange
This host has indicated that they are interested in sharing their own language or learning a new language.
You can contact them directly for more information.
We welcome you to camp out on the property if you are comfortable with the outdoors and weather depending on the time of year. Outdoor camping is often ideal for workers that are passing through while exploring Canada’s outdoors. However if you choose outdoor camping the facilities include an outhouse. We currently bring in water as we are in the process of putting in a water supply. The property is offgrid. We will discuss arrangements with you prior to you arriving so you know what to expect.
We can take you with us when we travel around the province for hockey or other outings. The community is a First Nations Indian Reservation and is fairly rural.
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
Can host families
However we do not have electricity available but there is plenty of open sunny area for our visitors with solar.
More than two
Maximum 4-5 hours a day, 5 days a week