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Hosts in New England (151) - Page 1 of 16


Town or City: Cambridge
New York
All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 16
Persons: 2
Category: Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 56027
Region: New England
State: New York

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Hello Future HelpXers! My farm is on 40 acres that is ˝ wooded and ˝ pasture. There are a few cows and laying hens. It is situated on a hill and has a lovely pastoral view of the green mountains as well as mountains in Massachusetts.

My focus for 2020 WWOOFers is to have help with three campsites that I rent through Airbnb, Tentrr, and HipCamp. They are situated at the top of my property and have been very successful so far. They are busy from June – the end of October. All weekends tend to be booked for Friday and Saturday and most weeks have one or two nights during the week that will be booked. This year they have been busy most of the week. Here is the Airbnb website for each tent. Tent 1 and Tent 2 and the third is not up yet. I am currently building the last structure, glasshouse. I am hoping to find someone for July 28 - October but am flexible. If you would like to come before that and stay in a tent, you are welcome to do that. I could use help with the stru... more inside

            



Town or City: Malden
Massachusetts
All Year: Yes
Area (ha): house and yard
Persons: 2
Category: Other
Host ID: 41047
Region: New England
State: Massachusetts

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I have a two family house about 10 minutes north of Boston by car. It's on the bus line, as well as a short walk to the subway. The work is some outside maintenance, some dog walking, some small painting projects, gardening, sewing, organizing, cleaning... I am seeking a helpxer or two. Mostly right now, it will be work outside, depending on the weather. lots of gardening. Creativity is welcomed, as I have approximately 32 art projects planned for this spring and summer. I’d like to build a pizza oven in my back yard, make birdhouses, and a large figure(maybe an insect) from repurposed/recycled materials. I also plan on clearing out my basement this summer and need help with that- it’s full of tools and ...stuff. Lots ‘o stuff.
I am a licensed mental health counselor and teacher, newly retired but still working part-time. Also, I’m newly vegan(well, now as of June, really pescatarian & vegetarian) and experimenting with tasty recipes. My daughter is 30 and has boomera... more inside

  



Town or City: Greensboro Bend
Vermont
All Year: April thru October
Area (ha): 5
Persons: 2
Category: Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 59251
Region: New England
State: Vermont

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The farm is a diverse mix of organically produced vegetables, hemp and pasture raised animals. It is located in an area that is rich with local farms, breweries and food producers. The farm is located on the upper Lamiolle river and just 4 miles from beautiful Caspian Lake and Barr Hill Nature Perserve. Greensboro is the home of Jasper Hill Cellars, Hill Farmstead Brewery, Cirkus Simrkus, the Highland Center for the Arts and a whole lot more. We are 9 miles from Hardwick, dubbed the epicenter of the local food movement.

            



Town or City: nelson
New Hampshire
All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 2.4
Persons: 1 or a couple
Category: Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 86381
Region: New England
State: New Hampshire

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Unheated Sleeping spaces. Tasks:garden mulching , building, yard work, some painting.
I work often as the town librarian. So we are often out and you would have time on your own. You may make your schedule.
We have light carpentry projects in the works, which you may help on depending on where we are at with them. One is a chicken pen, a tiny house and the other is installing a composting toilet room.
The house is private from the Guests space. Masks and social distancing a must. You will have to quarantine for two weeks and cook your own meals. We will provide simple food : grains ,tea , water, Fruit, and vegetables and eggs. A vegan diet. It will be your responsibility to keep your outdoor cooking and washing area clean and tidy.
My small rural solar homestead is in the beautiful Monadnock region of New Hampshire. I have an extensive garden of herbs, flowers and vegetables, chickens,and a wood lot. I do teas, tinctures, balms and cordials with the herbs and can and ferment t... more inside

            



Town or City: Port Norris
New Jersey
All Year: Yes
Area (ha):
Persons: 1-2
Category: Boat
Host ID: 91285
Region: New England
State: New Jersey

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Come join the schooner AJ Meerwald! She is an original, 90 year-old oyster schooner. The work can be hard but rewarding. If you are willing to be challenged, have a positive attitude, and enjoy being part of a team and the feel of family, then this might be for you! In exchange for your help you will be getting a bed/berth to sleep in, 3 meals a day from a cook, as well as learning all about sailing and the environment of the bays and rivers in New England. We would prefer helpers who can stay a month or more (That way you can really use the sailing knowledge we will teach you and you can visit more ports!) There will of course be days off so that you can see the interesting sights in the areas we sail to, plus the crew often hosts and is also invited to awesome events! We sail all around the State of New Jersey and also in the New York and Chesapeake Bay areas teaching young students and the public about history, sailing, and the environment. Our home port of Bivalve is surrounded... more inside

            



Town or City: Richmond, Vermont
Vermont
All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 40
Persons: 2
Category: Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 81988
Region: New England
State: Vermont

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We are a small hill sheep farm. We raise high quality Icelandic Sheep for milk, meat, and wool, and we sell breeding stock. In the Green Mountains of central Vermont, we rise early for daily feeding chores of our horses, sheep, and chickens, and then move on to other farm chores during the day such as skirting wool, making yogurt, selling at our local farmer’s market, or hand milking our ewes (in season).
We concentrate on producing hearty, disease and parasite resistant sheep, and on keeping them in a healthy and humane environment. Our flock is intentionally small so that we can know each of our “girls” personally. :)
We offer a room in our home (or a pullout couch if the room is taken) and all meals in exchange for about 4 hours of work a day. We are only a few miles from Vermont’s Long Trail, and from Bolton Valley ski area. We are also a short drive (15min) from Lake Champlain and Burlington, VT.
We are also members of other sites.
If you are interested in coming to help, I... more inside

            



Town or City: Medusa
New York
All Year: June through September
Area (ha): 5.6
Persons: 1-3
Category: Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 11423
Region: New England
State: New York

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Openings for 2020 start June and go through the summer and perhaps into fall!

We live on beautiful land on top of a hill with great views.

What I am most looking for is help care-taking the house (cooking and cleaning) and land (mowing), as well as rides for my son and me in my car. This means independent workers with an eye for neatness to bring the grounds and home to order and maintain that order. Some tend to prefer indoor or outdoor work, and that is fine. Simply let me know where your passions lie.

In addition to basic house maintenance it is always lovely to meet up with people passionate about natural building as we flesh out and remodel the house:

This coming summer's projects will focus on:
* finishing putting up the cedar shingle siding on the addition
* finishing framing out the interior of the addition for a few walls and for the kitchen and bathroom cabinetry
* building a more luxurious composting toilet setup inside
* framing out the wall for the s... more inside

            



Town or City: Westminster
Vermont
All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 60
Persons: 4
Category: Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 27651
Region: New England
State: Vermont

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Greetings from our organic farming community, located in beautiful Southern Vermont. Our family warmly invites you to experience our unique life of friends and togetherness. We are situated on over one hundred acres of the best farm land on the planet. Growing a wide assortment of vegetables, milking a small herd of dairy goats and cows,and operating a woodworking industry keeps us busy and open for new friends year round.
Guests are frequent all year round and we would love to have you join us. Whether you come for a day or come to stay, our hearts and our farm will always have room for more.

We have the following activities going on:
Gardening, Greenhouse, Goats, Cows
Baking, Cheese making, Cooking, Woodworking... and more!



We love to teach and pass on what we have learned and what we are learning! Come learn together with us!

Volunteer work is based on areas of interest, abilities, our needs and availability.

We always have lots going on, so you will never be... more inside

            



Town or City: East Vassalboro
Maine
All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 3.5
Persons: 4 summer 1-2 Winter
Category: Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 10341
Region: New England
State: Maine

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We are a small berry, orchard, mixed green and vegetable farm in Kennebec County, East Vassalboro Maine. We have a 29 year old son, 25 year old daughter and 23 year old daughter. Our land backs up to the outlet stream of China Lake and has a wonderful toboggan hill. We are within walking distance of store, library, church (Quaker, Methodist or Baptist),China Lake boat landing, sports fields and Grange Hall. The bicycling and fishing in the area are well known. We are 30 miles(42km) from the ocean. Our farm has been in and out of our family since 1906. Our farm house has a large kitchen living area with an available bedroom bathroom in the winter and a larger living quarters from April to October. We operate a small farmers market on Saturday at the farm and sell most berries to health food stores locally and on the coast. We also maintain a local CSA that distributes food Saturdays off the farm. Colby College, Thomas College, UMA and the Maine State Capital are 9 miles away ... more inside

            



Town or City: Russell
Massachusetts
All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 350 acres
Persons: 3
Category: Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 47021
Region: New England
State: Massachusetts

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Update-We’re offering campers and Help-xers the opportunity to gain hands on experience with building alternative structures and organic gardening in addition to a variety of other projects from now and into into this coming spring. Currently we're working on-

-House sitting(bird feeding, plant watering, fire tending, snow shoveling, cleaning)
-Construction(tiny house interior work)
-Logging(directional tree felling, skidding, safe chainsaw use and TSI techniques)
-hospitality(orienting campers/customers)
-winter greenhouse work

Follow the link to check out the farms newly cleared camp sites https://www.google.com/search?q=Moss+Hill+Farm&ludocid=12305313885782028464&lsig=AB86z5UTvtjOPshkHfBJlxDDrXfD

The farm grows organic vegetables, fruit and timber for local markets. We currently use about 3 acres for organic gardening and leave the vast majority forested. My retired parents(who move to their summer home in Canada for the warmer months) and I, share a passion for the ... more inside

            

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