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Located somewhere between not too far away and far enough away to just slow down and savor life. Our family has been in the Carolina low-country since the 1670s, and here on this property since 1827. The farm and family have seen many changes ......

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Looking for help immediate help with transplanting, preparation of planting beds, mulching, weeding, fire wood splitting, hauling and stacking, yard maintenance. Auto and small engine mechanics are welcome any time. We are a family with three ......

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We are a 30-something married couple who moved to Asheville a couple years back. Both of us work at a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu gym in the neighborhood. We happened to have bought a pretty run-down piece of property and are looking to fix it up a bit, ......

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My wife, Deborah, and I own a 15-acre vacation property on the South Fork of the New River, 5 miles from Boone, in the Appalachian Mountains of North Carolina. A 37 year old cabin sits high on the mountain and our new cabin is close to the river. No ......

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Located in the Brushy Mountains, a spur of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The mostly wooded 40 acres encompasses walking trails, a beautiful stream, swimming pond, sauna, organic gardens and more. This is a multi-purpose facility, occasionally hosting a ......

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We have now hosted WorkAwayers for several years and love meeting folks from all over the world! One of the best things about WorkAway is sitting around the dinner table learning about the folks that we host :) We are a small farm and are considered ......

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we are an off grid homesteading farmily with seven full-time human dwellers and lots of animals. we delight in sharing our teaching & learning permaculture farmstead & invite you to our magical forest. we live off the gird on a microhydro electric & ......

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We are a family that is new to farming and enthusiastic about going back to the land. My father is a retired professor who was inspired by cheesemaking to start a farmstead creamery. My mother is retired from hospitality and is passionate about ......

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Our family of six (ages 37, 36, 35, 13, 13, 8) live in two tiny cabins on 18 acres in the North Carolina foothills near Chimney Rock (we see the back of Chimney Rock Mountain from our house). The land is mostly wooded, with a creek cutting through ......

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We are "empty nesters" with a son attending college near-by, and a daughter who has graduated college and now lives in Germany. Tim is an architects and works in school architecture. I am a part time caterer and local tour guide. We live in a a ......

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I've traveled the world as a workaway'er and now have returned home to begin the adventure of hosting! I'm fun-loving, adventurous, and I love to create and design spaces. I own a cleaning/design company, which is a personal and humanitarian ......

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I live in the mountains of western North Carolina. The farm is 300 acres with 22 miles of hiking trails and a disc golf course. We grow Christmas trees and mushrooms on the farm. I have a guest house where someone can stay. November begins the ......

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We are a small urban family farm in Asheville, located in a good neighborhood.Bus stop is right across the street. We have goats, dogs, and a few chickens. I have two boys; Cyrus who is 12 and Lucius is 17. There is a lot of activity in the ......

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We are a fun group of nature loving friends in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Asheville NC, with lots of creative enthusiasm in building a small environmentally conscious farm. With a menagerie of animals such as aging horses, chickens, cat and an ......

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Hello! We are an outdoorsy 30-something gay couple from Brooklyn, NY and have recently purchased a 23-acre homestead in the lush Blue Ridge Mountains as our new primary residence. Less than one-hour’s drive west of Asheville, NC, we’re still ......

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This is a unique nonprofit outdoor education center. Our programs celebrate antiquated lifestyle practices, understanding the basic foundation of where things come from and where things go. Here, food is cooked exclusively over wood fire and we live ......

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I am a figurative sculptor living in rural North Carolina next to Penland School of Craft looking for support in the studio and with building projects on my property. I feel excited to share my own practice as well as the richness of the local ......

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We are a budding educational permaculture biodynamic farm in Raleigh, North Carolina. Our ultimate goal is to provide inspiration and training to people with all abilities including "diffabilities" to encourage sustainable independent living skills ......

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I am a retired RN, older now and diabetic, much to my chagrin! I have been lucky enough to travel to Belgium, England, France, Spain and have a lovely "additional daughter" in Tokyo. I speak no language other than American/English. I am on a very ......

  • Country: United States
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We have had our family farm for the last ten years. In the past we have employed our friends to help us out and build a temporary community during the summers. We are a very small scale project that only grows for our own personal consumption. The ......

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