Come join us for an internship on our permaculture based homestead farm. The farm encompasses two sites with diverse crops that span a wet and dry site. Included in our site is a community based Waldorf kindergarten and first grade, a farm training program for youth and a site for permaculture internships and study courses. Our interests vary widely and the farm includes the variety of things you might expect on a diverse permaculture farm. These include native and endemic plantings, heritage crops, superfoods, medicinal plants, homestead permaculture design, traditional pacific agroforestry and gardening, biodynamics, natural farming, tropical fruit, cactus, alternative energy systems , bamboo, alternative building, animals, crafts, and early education.
Join other like minded individuals that are passionate and enthusiastic. People that come here will quickly learn that there are many areas to tend to as we grow things and that equally there are many things to learn about and be rewarded by. New experiences, tastes and sensations abound here. Inclined individuals who want to be exposed to an extremely diverse farm, extensive library and other individuals who will deepen your understanding of farm ecology, and tropical gardening. Individuals are encouraged to continue their work in permaculture after their stay and bring benefit to the larger community.
We have some shelters, and tent sites with a greenhouse outdoor kitchen. Bulk organic food and farm food are provided. Laundry machine and hot water bathhouse are for program use.
Our fee is $150 per month which helps provide for food and money for further intern infrastructure improvements.
For further information see our website