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All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 1400
Persons: 6
Category: Non Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 21169
Region: Victoria

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Last Updated: November 14, 2013

We are a family run multi generational farm. Currently we are reestablishing the farm as it has been leased out for a while. We follow the ideas of sustainability the best we can and are aiming to set up a farm that is mindful of the earth and environment using Joel Saliton's methods. We are in the midst of restoring a couple older farm houses on the property in hopes of opening them up as rental properties. We have just moved back to Australia after a few years in New York and are just at the beginnings of setting up a sustainable livelihood and welcome you to join us on the adventure. We need assistance in gardening, clearing up wooded land, starting a free range chicken yard, setting up a small dairy for one milking cow and building a pig pen and much more. If you are interested in joining our little community we have the ability to host you for up to 6 months. Short or long term projects are available. We have a separate room and once ready house for our helpers. Food will be provided but we ask that you prepare your own meals at times that suit you. We do have communal dinners 3 times a week and you are welcome to join in. We aim to offer you some exposure to the rural culture and we live in one of the best wine regions in the country. My wife works as a tourism officer so will be very happy to make sure you have the full rural victorian experience.

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