Montana Community Has Openings for Permaculture Innovators and Enthusiasts
- Communities with Openings
- Rocky Mountain foothills near Missoula, Montana. USA
Do you dream of living off the land, but not sure how to start?
Want to leave the rat race behind, and cultivate a deeper relationship with nature by developing food systems that maintain themselves?
Do you want to learn the skills to homestead in a sustainable, regenerative way?
Seeking a community of passionate, innovative people to help you learn, and realise your off-grid, self-sustaining, earth-friendly dreams?
Wheaton Labs (https://permies.com/forums/f-102/labs/?f=205), just outside of Missoula, Montana, is looking for persons who are seriously enthusiastic about permaculture. Whether you are ready for a little hard work, or you like a more slow pace, there is a place for you!
The Permaculture Bootcamp is an experiential learning environment in which you develop permaculture skills through a little hard work. You will be required to work 40 hours a week on project work and permaculture innovations. All 3 meals are provided as well as a warm place to bunk.You’ll grow gardens and food forests to feed yourself and fellow Boots; you’ll learn natural building skills that will house your bootcamp community for years to come.Come try it out with no long-term commitment! Earn tickets to our permaculture design course (https://wheaton-labs.com/permaculture-design-course/?f=205), permaculture technology jamboree (https://wheaton-labs.com/permaculture-tech/?f=205) and skip (https://wheaton-labs.com/skip/?f=205) events! if you love it, stay for a while and earn lifetime rent for an acre of your own!
But the best part of being a SEPPer? You’re an honored guest, and you’re free to do absolutely nothing at all if that’s your wish – lounge in the tipi, roast marshmallows, go on a hike, watch the clouds pass – whatever makes your spirit sing. You’re the guest, and ultimately you can be as hands on or as hands off as charms your soul.
Maybe you would like to build experiences with rocket mass heaters, or building stuff out of roundwood, green woodworking, or wofati construction, or cob stuff, or building hugelkultur, or fermenting foods, bow hunting, driving the excavator or the tractor ….There is a long, long list of possibilities.