Zen & a Food Forest:
Farm and Food Forest Caretaker
At Clear Sky Meditation Centre, BC, 2017
Position: Farm and Food Forest Coordinator
Type: work-stay (with food & accom.) / volunteer (see below)
Organization: Clear Sky Social Enterprise Farm
Location: Clear Sky, near Cranbrook, East Kootenays, British Columbia
Do you love learning and growing? Would you like to live in a community based on the values of awakening and compassion? Would you like to connect with yourself, others and the natural world more deeply?
If you answered “Yes!”, and you have a particular interest in farming and food forests, we invite you to apply for our 2017 Food Forest Caretaker karma yoga position. Clear Sky is proudly home to one of Canada's largest cold climate food forests. Designed in 2012 and planted in 2013, the food forest is a one acre demonstration model of sustainable agro-forestry.
Ideally, you have some experience with farming, gardening, permaculture and food forests. Caring for the food forest requires use of a tractor, weed whacker and other tools. The daily karma yoga for this position includes tasks such as plant care, harvesting, sales and tracking, weeding, irrigation, as well as general Clear Sky karma yoga in the kitchen or elsewhere on property.
To learn more about this position and Clear Sky’s karma yoga program, visit our website at:
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FoodWork ID: 37681 Date posted to FoodWork.ca: Mar 14 2017