Permaculture Internship in Florida
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Fri Feb 21 08:05:47 EST 1997
Internships in Permaculture
Yankee and Elfin Permaculture have created openings for two interns at our
newly-acquired facilities in central Florida. We seek people with vision,
self-motivation, and balanced senses of adventure and boundaries. Work
will include both office work for our publishing and teaching activities
and outdoor work as we create a permaculture design for our own place.
Specific tasks will be balanced between routine work and projects for
which the intern takes primary responsibility. Duration of programs is
negotiable though we prefer a potential period of one year or more. With
enough time, interns can develop profit-sharing enterprises using our
Arrangements can be made for suitable interns to reside on site as our
guests. There will be the opportunity for each intern to develop a
personal garden area, if s/he desires, to manage in any way consistent
with ecological responsibility and organic practices. Simple vegetarian
basics and cooking facilities can be provided. (Meat eaters are
welcome--we just don't want to pay for it. There may be surplus fish and
Tobacco smokers will not be considered because of plant diseases carried
on tobacco and its smoke. No drugs or illegal substances of any kind are
There is also opportunity for select Permaculture Design Course graduates
to fill these slots as apprentices in our APT (Advanced Permaculture
For details, send a concise statement to us directly at the email or U.S.
mail address below. Hardcopy inquiries should be typed and confined to
one page. Please confine email to about 500 words.
For Mother Earth, Dan Hemenway, Yankee Permaculture Publications (since
1982), Elfin Permaculture workshops, lectures, Permaculture Design
Courses, consulting and permaculture designs (since 1981), and now
correspondence permaculture training by email. Copyright, 1996, Dan &
Cynthia Hemenway, P.O. Box 2052, Ocala FL 34478 USA YankeePerm at aol.com
We don't have time to rush.
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