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

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We can welcome interns today and would love to host a couple or 2 friends!

Nearly everything we do is in support of one thrill: adventures in food. But rural living out here in mid-nowhere means that there are endless other things to be tasked as well: construction, gardening, maintenance of many sorts, enhancing the natural beauty around us. Chances are that if you could describe a pure-fun, physical job, there would be something here I could offer that might satisfy those urges. If you want to work hard, eat marvelous meals and have a fabulous time in the gardens, the workshop and the kitchen, come join us and get a relaxing feel of rural life.

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 using local foods, neighbour's offerings, and our own produce. That is where we hope you will assist us, working with me in the gardens and wo... more inside

            



Town or City: Cecil Lake
All Year: All year round
Area (ha): 300 hectares (1060 acres)
Persons: 2
Category: Non Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 19549
Region: BC, Northern

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It's Calving season

We are a family run working cattle ranch with a commercial herd of Simmentals and a purebred herd of Charolais. We also have a small herd of horses and a pair of dogs to help work with the cattle. We calve from February through to March. Breeding starts in April so the different herds are sorted out before the spring field work starts in May. Haying starts in July and goes through to September. Then fall field work and bringing the herds home for winter feeding.
The farm house has 8 rooms and 3 1/2 bathrooms. Good home cooked meals will be supplied. Helpers are welcomed throughout the year.We're in the middle of landscaping around the house working on the lawn and planting trees for a future windbreak, We will like to be able to plant a garden again if you don't want to be working with cattle or tractors.
We are found in the beautiful Peace River Country that covers the northeast area of B.C and Northwestern Alberta. This area is known for its Agriculture l... 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 2019.
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 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 mountains, lakes and trails for playing in the sum... more inside

          



Town or City: Fort Nelson
All Year: 2-8 weeks or more
Area (ha): 20
Persons: 1-3
Category: Animals
Host ID: 15739
Region: BC, Northern

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Help needed this winter. 2021

September-April

Looking for a cool experience?

Want to do something you will remember forever?

tell your grand kids you drove a team of sled dogs through the northern boreal forest in the foothills of the Canadian Rocky Mountains.

Work in the remote north, under star lite, watching the Aurora Boreal - Northern LIGHTS
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Daily chores includes feed and water dogs, socializing puppies, assist with exercise adult dogs, kennel cleaning and yard maintenance.

Must be motivated, hard working and able to work with a team and/or individually.

5 star accommodations!!

We provide room, and board, wireless internet, laundry services, possible use of vehicle.

We provide all clothing and winter summer outdoor clothing/ gear.

during winter months- learn to drive your own sled dog team!!!


        



Town or City: Nimpo Lake
All Year: No
Area (ha): 200
Persons: 4
Category: Backpacker Hostel
Host ID: 100313
Region: BC, Northern

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Hi. My name is Sela and together with my younger brother, Amotz and my father, Doron, we live here, all summer long.
Ten years ago we bought the place and ever since it's been our family project.
We are really outdoorsy: Mountaineering, hiking, skiing and much more.
This place is our home and passion. Over the years we had over 100 volunteers who helped us. Lots of them came back to us for a second and even third volunteering period.

We need help with general maintenance, hiking trails maintenance and clearing, cooking and cleaning, fire wood gathering, carpentry and working on various projects like a new deck, a new cabin, tent platforms etc

For the accommodations there are two options:
1. A dorm style cabin (usually up to 2-3 people).
2. A hunting tent (a big canvas tent where you can stand freely) on a small private island. Usually we try to give the tents to our couples for some privacy.

In both cases, you'll be getting a bed, a nice comfy mattress, duvet, sheets etc.

            



Town or City: McLeese Lake
All Year: Spring to Fall
Area (ha): 64
Persons: 2
Category: Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 10190
Region: BC, Northern

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This is an offering for a stay on a farm that is being converted to a meditation healing centre starting this year, in a semi-remote valley in Central BC, 50 minutes from Williams Lake.
The farm is home to a small herd of Dexter cattle, three horses, three big friendly dogs, two cats and some chickens. Most of the food is produced on the land here, if you are interested in how to live off the land, this is the place.

Besides the farming, Simone is a graphic designer, artist and potter, and Josh is a nice guy who likes to strum a guitar. We live mostly outside of the system and in tune with the earth energies. Being here on the land might be an opportunity to expand and reconnect to Mother Earth in a good way. We are on a non denominational spiritual path and appreciate clarity of mind that comes with clean and conscious energies, this is not the right place for you if you are smoking weed and drinking alcohol.

The accommodation is a cabin with a queen bed and a small wood s... more inside

          



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 join us on our beautiful wilderness homestead on Atlin Lake practicing sustainable living, organic gardening, fishing, and hunting. We also practice massage, reflexology, energy healing and chakra balancing.

We need short term help in September and October for moose hunting, getting firewood, harvesting the garden, berry picking, and planting garlic.

Wilderness or off grid experience is an asset. We are looking for mature individuals with good communication skills and a desire to work as a team.

We ask for about 25 hours of help each week in exchange for food and accommodations. You must be able to 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 wall tent with a woodstove.

There is no cell phone service, running water, power, electricity, or phone at the homestead. Atlin is a 30 minute drive away. Atlin is 2 hours south of Whitehorse, Yukon. Limite... more inside

            



Town or City: Fort St. John
All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 57
Persons: 1
Category: Non Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 20564
Region: BC, Northern

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Hello,
we are a Canadian-German family. My husband and I live with our daughters and baby son (8 & 5years old and 4 years old) in the beautiful Peace Region, minutes from the town of Fort St. John.
We have two horses (Haflinger & Icelandic), a dog and a cat. We are looking for a person (preferable female) who is willing to help with some chores around the house, garden, yard as well as some childminding and exercising the horses. Experience with horses would be great.
Leisure activities to do around here are river boating, ATV, hiking, swimming, snowshoeing, cross country skiing, camping and lots of wildlife viewing (bear, moose, deer, coyotes...). Fort St. John also has a cinema, some shopping, walking trails and a museum.
If this sounds interesting to you, don't hesitate to send me a message.

            



Town or City: Atlin, British Columbia
All Year: April 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 5 hours a day, 5 days a week. Our plan this year is to fire safe our 2 acre property and chipping the debris. Someone who likes house work would be beneficial but not necessary. 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 gold rush sites. Check out "discover atlin" on the internet for more photos. Guided goldmining, historical and warm spring tours available. * Please note - you will be treated as family!

            



Town or City: Anahim Lake
All Year: Yes
Area (ha): lots and lots
Persons: 1
Category: Animals
Host ID: 2339
Region: BC, Northern

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*UPDATE At this time we are hoping to have one person join our team for the upcoming haying season. This is a paid position.

We are a family ranch in a remote area of British Columbia. Combined with my parents, we run a 700 head commercial cow/calf operation and have about 50 head of horses (give or take a few). We operate a trail riding outfit in the nearby mountains during July and August.
We start calving at the end of February, do a pile of range riding in May and June, head to the mountains in July and start haying by the beginning of August. We start rounding up our cattle in the fall and sell our calves at the end of October.

Our horses are gently started and then learn as they go on the ranch and in the mountains. The majority of them have never seen an arena. They are almost all out during the winter as we really don't start riding until the end of April or so. We have always had luck with those with previous agriculture experience, but it isn't really necessar... more inside

            

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