Want to live off grid on organic farm/Herb greenhouse?greenspun.com : LUSENET : Countryside : One Thread
We are still looking for a ambitious couple to join us in our venture of our off grid mountain farm in Southcentral Tennessee. We grow organic, raise our own food and livestock, and have recently completed a commercial greenhouse for the purpose of growing organic herbs, both culinary and medicinal to sell. We would like to find a couple who has a dream of self-sufficiency and off grid living. We have a guest house, (just bed and bath) right now for someone to live in, so unfortunately there is no room for children at this time. A caretakers house is on the drawing board for later this summer up by the greenhouse. The pay is small at first, but will grow with the farm, so anyone with alot of bills to bring with them would not be able to be considered at this time. Room and board are provided, along with daily necessities. So if you are a couple with a dream of living self-sufficiently up in the mountains, then send us an e-mail and we will get a correspondance started, and see what happens. firstname.lastname@example.org
-- Gregg &Roxanne Marble (email@example.com), February 21, 2001
Wow! This sounds wonderful and exactly like something I've been looking for. I'm living in Boulder CO right now and recently graduated from the Rocky Mt. Center for Botanical Studies with special intrest in sustainable living and organic growing. I'm curretly the assitant growing at a local greenhouse aswell. As you can see this too is a huge part of my life and I have a great deal of passion towards it. I understand that you are looking for a couple and unfortunatly I only have myself to offer, however I would like you to take into consideration that I am a very hard working, especially in a field I love so much. I would appriciate any response, although I'm not a big fan of using the computer so I seldom chech my e-mail. If in fact you are interested my phone number is 303-358-1547, and I would be happy to mail out my resume. Thank you.
-- Jessica Kinnaman (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 02, 2002.