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Town or City: Quesnel
All Year: maybe
Area (ha): 2
Persons: 1
Category: Other
Host ID: 51300
Region: BC, Northern

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JANUARY THROUGH MARCH OPPORTUNITIES

We realized that we really can use volunteer assistance this winter. There are a whole bunch of building and maintenance tasks that are crying out for us and probably half of them will not get attention without your assistance. No gardening can occur until late March at the earliest but the cottage, the workshop and the B&B space all have little (some big) projects on the TODO list. We are not welcoming B&B or dining guests until February so food events will be scarce until then but we are doing a lot of our jams in January. You could learn a lot.

Read the full profile to get a sense of where we are going and mentally exclude the outdoor work until April. Send your questions and we will find out if you spending time here is right for all of us.

We are foodies far from the centres and trying to help create a culture of great food around us: for ourselves and for our friends. We are also trying to make that happen as much as is possible usi... more inside

            



Town or City: Valemount
All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 32
Persons: 3
Category: Non Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 49663
Region: BC, Northern

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We are a small and newly built (2014) guest ranch in the Canadian Rockies.
We have 4 cabins for guest to stay in. We offer trail rides and lessons in riding and horsemanship.

We'll need help with everything that comes with a guestranch; cleaning horsepens, fixing fences, checking in guests, cleaning cabins, checking in and assisting guests, horse care, chopping firewood, building/painting and other property maintenance etc.
Horse experience isn't required but you should feel comfortable around them. Short and long term stays are welcome! Hours of work to be discussed as it depends on what kind of work you're looking for.

Please note that we are a ranch in rural BC, so it won't be a luxurious stay (no perfect internet, no warm showers every day) You'll be staying in a camp with other workers/volunteers, the camp has a small and big trailer and a large furnished tent, you'll share bathroom and outhouse. We offer 3 meals a day, free wifi and your stay in exchange for work, al... more inside

          



Town or City: Atlin, British Columbia
All Year: May to November
Area (ha): over 2 acres
Persons: 1 or 2
Category: Homestay
Host ID: 11415
Region: BC, Northern

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We are looking for a single person or couple who are willing to work 6 hours a day, 5 days a week to do yard clean-up (on 2 acres), gardening, splitting firewood (we have a splitter),stacking firewood, and cleaning in exchange for accommodations and meals. This fall (2018) we are clearing brush to make our acreage fire safe. We are located 2 hours south of Whitehorse, Yukon. Atlin is an outdoor paradise with pristine wilderness. It has the largest lake in British Columbia and historical goldrush sites. Check out "discover atlin" on the internet for more photos. Guided goldmining, historical and warmspring tours available. * Please note - you will be treated as family!

            



Town or City: Atlin
All Year: May 1 - Sept 30
Area (ha): 452+
Persons: 2- 4
Category: Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 1578
Region: BC, Northern

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Come visit the magical Northern BC wilderness on a beautiful homestead on Atlin Lake.

We are looking for helpers from May to August.


We ask for about 25 hours of help each week in exchange for food and accommodations. You must be able to cook, make fires, split wood and cook on a woodstove. There is an outdoor communal cookshack, wood-burning sauna and natural warmsprings pool for bathing.

Accommodations are a tipi, wall tent with a woodstove, or bring your own tent, depending on availability.

There is NO internet, cell phone service, running water, power, electricity, or phone at the homestead. These are available in the town of Atlin, a 30 minute drive away. Atlin is 2 hours south of Whitehorse, Yukon.

We look forward to welcoming you!

          



Town or City: Big Lake Ranch P. O.
All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 200
Persons: 2
Category: Non Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 12028
Region: BC, Northern

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We operate a small ranch situated in the Cariboo region of BC. Our extended family is nearby and family events and kids keep everyone involved.
We raise grassfed/finished beef on managed pastures using organic methods.(as yet uncertified). We also raise chickens and pigs for family use and maintain a large vegetable garden to produce healthy food for the family and some for market. Our interest in permaculture has initiated some nut tree planting and we also have made a start with blueberries and Haskap berries.
In winter there is firewood to haul, cattle to feed, and sometimes fence repairs. We try to get machinery overhauled in the slow season. Helpers should come with warm durable clothing, however, we can sometimes help out with this. It can be very cold here.
Our lakeside log home offers comfortable rooms, laundry, internet use, and a piano. We offer room and board in exchange for farm help. In winter there is cross country skiing available and the young people in the valle... more inside

        



Town or City: Telkwa
All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 5
Persons: 6
Category: Other
Host ID: 87518
Region: BC, Northern

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Remote mining exploration camp located in the historic Omineca Mountains. Summers are filled with placer mining, hard rock exploration, jade and semi precious stone hunting, hiking, fishing, nature walks, 4X4 truck or quad rides.

Camp was constructed for the war effort in 1942 restored in 1982 and continues to be renovated and expanded as required. Vital Creek the discover creek for the Omineca gold rush is only 10 km away. Gold panning or high banking or help with running a small sustainable placer operation. Summer into the fall includes hard rock exploration for gold, silver, lead, zinc, copper etc.. AMEBC prospector of the year wants to stay year around and is willing to share his over 40 years experience in Northern BC.

The camp is capable to handle 20-30 people has showers, washer dryer, sat phone, internet, tv, flush and pit toilets. Small to large equipment to help with development and mining.

Looking for help with fire wood and camp construction and maintenance.... more inside

  



Town or City: Telkwa
All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 130
Persons: 1 or 2
Category: Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 29461
Region: BC, Northern

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Family owned and operated Certified organic livestock farm in North Central British Columbia is looking for help with the farm for four to five hours per day in exchange for a place to park a camper, tent, or stay in our home, (We also have tents or camper you could use).
We have openings after May 20th until August 2018.
Access to clean water source, electricity, internet, phone, laundry facilities and great organic food!
We love to cook and try new foods.
We are located in the Bulkley Valley with mountains, large rivers, boreal forests and plenty of wild game (black and grizzly bears, moose, elk, deer, etc).
You can fly here from Vancouver, drive up, or take the Greyhound bus. Inexpensive flights are available into Smithers if you book two weeks ahead.
Rides into town are not a problem several times per week, our farm is about 20 minutes East of the town of Smithers.
Great cross country and boarding or downhill skiing in the winter and lots of mountain... more inside

          



Town or City: telegraph creek
All Year: no
Area (ha): 11.3
Persons: 2 or 3
Category: Homestay
Host ID: 46423
Region: BC, Northern

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Booking for now until freeze-up (Nov.). Wishing for help with fall clean-up, garden harvest, firewood, and taking down our old house across the creek. My boat's still in the river, so a fall river moose hunt is another possibility if you're interested.
Located 15km beyond beautiful, unique, and historic Telegraph Creek in the Stikine Valley of NW BC, 3 Sisters is a rustic and gorgeous property of 28 acres. It is situated on unceeded Tahltan (First Nations) Territory.
There is an endless variety of things to do in your off-time, including kayaking/canoeing the Stikine River or nearby lakes; hiking/climbing Glenora Mt. (I live at the base of it) or any number of trails in the area; fishing for salmon in season, trout all year; boating--I've got the boat--sight-seeing/photography, the list goes on.
I'm seeking help as follows: carpentry work in and out of my log house (with frame addition); minor fencing work; help to tear down our original house (across the creek... more inside

            



Town or City: Quesnel
All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 7
Persons: 2
Category: Non Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 27848
Region: BC, Northern

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Hello There!

We are Steven and Andrea, a couple in our 30's, who relocated to Quesnel in May. Our family consists of 3 dogs, 5 cats, 2 pot belly pet pigs and 5 horses! We just purchased a property and are busy getting ready for winter.

We are funny (others have said so:) outgoing and busy people. We are looking for helpers to lend a hand around the new homestead. Of course with developing a new property come an endless amount of projects. We are located 15 minutes outside of Quesnel on a quiet dead end road. A little seasonal creek runs through the property. There is many hiking trails easily accessable from the house. 

Both Steven and I work full-time, he is a Truck Driver and I work in government. I am fluent in German (well... Bavarian) and Steven can understand a lot, but is shy about speaking it. We both appreciate good food, homecooked meals and are more then happy to share the kitchen. Regular meals, that include meat and vegetables are served. If you are lactose fr... more inside

          



Town or City: Rose Prairie
All Year: May till Nov
Area (ha): 474acres/192hectares
Persons: 1
Category: Non Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 13342
Region: BC, Northern

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*****Looking for Helper (FEMALES ONLY)
Hi there,
We are looking for people who want to do 2-3 weeks, maybe longer stays, live on the land and would enjoy the cultural experience of living and working with us and share the sweat, treasures, pain of joys of such life.

We are a small down to earth Canadian-European Family (in our late 40s) there is two older children (adults) and a five year old girl. Our farm is located about 40 - 45min form Fort St. John BC (we can pick helpers up from the Airport or Bus ). We grow as much food as we can. We have chickens for eggs and meat, two retired horses, several rabbits and a large garden for vegetables.

There is abundance of wildlife in are area, you might see: moose, deer, bears, and lots of migratory birds that come by in the spring and fall.You may also have the chance to see the Northern Lights. We have a beautiful landscape here in the Peace Country, with our rivers and streams and our picnic spot on th... more inside

            

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