We are looking for a person to join our staff as stable and dairy helper, with a trainee contract for the months of February to October (inclusive). In addition to the contract, board and lodging are offered.
We are looking for a person with experience and a passion for cooking and willingness to share a responsible role as a collaborator* at our organic farm.
By co-financing this project you will support an eco-responsible project and receive gifts that match your interests and participation.
Your contribution is important to us, help us overcome this challenge and make a dream come true! Thank you in advance for your support and generosity.
an opportunity to learn about the restoration and care of ancient canalizations
In Umbria, in the hills between Orvieto and Todi, we have a farm where we breed about 45 dairy goats. All the milk is processed in the farm’s cheesemaking dairy. We also have a small herd of Cinta Senese pigs as well as a courtyard and vegetable garden for our own use.
We are currently looking for an employee as of the new year. The task will mainly be to assist with work in the stables and the dairy.
Seeking paid co-worker for Spring/Summer 2023. A wwoofing trial period for mutual acquaintance prior to work experience is suggested.
Compensation + room and board is offered for October and November for chestnut and marron picking
The project revolves around the idea of reorganising a cheese production trade, which was started 10 years ago with a few goats (presently a herd of 60) by Attilio, a native of the village of Tufillo. The Fattoria Fonte Trocchi is collaborating trough the purchase of 2/3 of the goats and is contributing with two new workers (Federica and Tullio) and occasionally other participants such as woofers and potential new workers on trial. We will collaborate with the Corpo Forestale (Forestry Department) to determine the areas of woodland and scrubland where firebreaks can be created through goat grazing, with Saverio Danubio, a biotechnologist, for the management of the goat manure in an insect-composting plant, and with local farmers for hay and oat supplies during periods when grazing is not sufficient.
seeking a co-worker on a farm (apprenticeship)
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