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Echo Valley Farm Offerings, November 2017

Echo Valley Farm is a community-sustained farm, and our products are cooperatively created and sold to support the farm and its members.

Currently, we are in the process of moving our licensed commercial kitchen to our 46-acre property. It had been located on a rental property. This move should be concluded by February 1, 2018. We are also preparing a commercial drying shed for the processing of our herbs. It is our hope to utilize as much as possible the gifts from the land here to create all of our products. To date, these include: herbal teas, salves, lip balms, knitted creations, apple butter, sauces, ciders, and jams, as well as baked goods. We are open to exploring other sustainable business possibilities.

We have housing that includes rooms and cabins. We welcome people of any age or background who recognize the following:

  • A willingness to live in community, cooperatively, intergenerationally, and with personal peace as a foundation. 
  • A willingness to live as sustainably as possible. 
  • A willingness to work with the larger community in the area and to network with all people who are striving toward sustainability and peace. 

We recognize that every person, family, and circumstance is unique, so we welcome all inquiries and considerations. We currently have openings for two to three individuals, one couple, or one family. Length of stays can vary.
If you are interested in an extended stay at Echo Valley Farm, please click here to apply.

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What is your anticipated timeline / dates of stay?

What amount of time per day are you available to help during your stay?

What activities are you interested / willing to help with?
  Orchard Care: restore 100-year-old apple orchard. Pruning, apple picking, cider-making
  Field/garden chores: plant, harvest, weed, water
  Barn chores: animal care, barn care
  Building chores: carpentry - all levels of skill
  Forest chores: removal of dead trees, removal of invasive brush, firewood
  House chores: cooking, cleaning, etc
  Office/Computer skills: phone answering, flyers, research
  Hands-on: cobbing, building clay oven, straw bale

Please answer: "Why Echo Valley?"


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