Help and Learn about Regenerative Farming, Tree Crops, & Garden!
It's pretty flexible here. There're a lot of tasks that can be done at any time by individuals and other times when it's great to have a group of people helping on a single endeavor. Some of the things that you might do are harvesting, planting, gardening, brewing and spraying compost tea, mulching, pruning, forestry, farmers markets, running the stand, beekeeping, scarecrows, gathering data, irrigation, mowing, fertilizing, and making biochar.
21 horas por semana
Cuidado de Animais:
Ajude a cuidar do bem-estar e saúde de animais.
Ajude em reparos, manutenção ou a construir.
Ajuda em Cultivos e Colheitas:
Plante, semeie e ajude em tarefas do campo.
Ajude a plantar, regar e cultivar jardins.
O que você recebe
2 dias livres por semana
Você terá uma cama em um quarto compartilhado, ou seja, irá dividir o quarto com outras pessoas.
Uma barraca confortável para dormir sob um céu estrelado.
Café da manhã:
Você ganha café da manhã gratuito todos os dias que ficar aqui.
Você ganha almoço gratuito todos os dias que ficar aqui.
Você ganha jantar gratuito todos os dias que ficar aqui.
Você pode usar nossa lavanderia gratuitamente.
Bicicletas à vontade:
Use nossas bikes à vontade, quando quiser.
Carona na chegada:
Te buscamos na sua chegada a cidade e damos uma carona até aqui.
Curso de Permacultura:
Participe gratuitamente do nosso curso de permacultura.
Use nossa cozinha equipada:
Fique à vontade para usar nossa cozinha para cozinhar sua própria comida.
Recebe voluntários sozinhos (não aceita casal ou duplas)
O que não está incluso
Passagens, seguro viagem, transporte e visto
At camp chestnut, there are several choices for where you can lay your head and have your personal space. 1st come 1st serve.
-3 campers. These are all in the barn. All have electricity.
-Teepee tent. 18' across with wood burner, futon, dresser, & table.
-Barn room. In the loft of the barn. Has electricity, bed(s), and large closet. It's also where the microscope and telescope stay.
-Blueberry stand. This doubles as a little insulated outbuilding with a porch, wood burner, an upright piano, a bed, and storage space. Unavailable during blueberry season.
-Tents or hammocks also welcome.
The camp kitchen is at the barn. There's plenty of fridge space. Bathrooms are outhouses, the great outdoors, or at the farmhouse. Laundry at the farmhouse by appointment. The shower is wood-fired, gravity powered. Water is from the well and is excellent. Wifi around the farmhouse.
Atividades & Turnos
Most days, helpers are welcome to get up and get started, stop, and take breaks whenever they wish. Just be mindful of the time that you are actually helping. Every now and then we'll need a concerted effort at something specific, like when we need to fertilize and it's about to rain. Meals are flexible. We provide or cover the cost of food so that volunteers can eat whenever they want individually or communally. Oftentimes we all do dinner together, and it's fun to rotate who cooks and who does dishes. We respect everyone's dietary choices and make substitutions when need be. There are often campfires in the evening. The stars are amazing.
- Clean up after yourself.
- Respect our family's private space around the farmhouse.
- Respect our property (don't flick your butts, don't leave bikes and tools out, etc).
- Respect each others' private space, lifestyle choices, and bodies, stuff, etc.
- Be courteous to everyone.
- Talk to Martin first if you'd like to bring a pet or companion.
- Don't take pictures of the Amish or treat them as curiosities. They really hate that.
- Keep Martin informed as to when you're arriving and leaving. Just don't suddenly bail and leave us hanging.
- Try not to bring covid to the farm, and take precautions to avoid contracting it.
- Don't be wasteful. Don't leave lights or fans on, etc. Recycle, compost, & give scraps to dogs and chickens.