Looking for farm accommodation for work trade? Where the Pavement Used to End Farm in beautiful Vallican, near Nelson, BC might be the right fit for you! ABOUT Where the Pavement Used to End We are a 3 acre homestead/hobby farm working towards expanding into a market garden and farm stand. We have a large vegetable garden and many fruit and nut trees along with about 65 laying hens and a roadside egg stand. We use organic practices however our farm is not certified organic. DESIRED QUALITIES Previous farm labour experience preferred, good work ethic, reliability. TASKS AT THE FARM Tasks will mainly be in … Continue reading WORK TRADE FOR ACCOMMODATION: VALLICAN, BC at Where the Pavement Used to End Farm
Ravine Creek Farm in Winlaw, BC is seeking a farm worker for their certified organic, family run vegetable farm in the stunning and Slocan Valley. Come grow with us! ABOUT Ravine Creek Farm We are a small, certified organic family farm near the banks of the Slocan River in the West Kootenay. We grow a broad range of seasonal vegetables for our CSA, Nelson Famer’s Market and a weekly farmstand. We use mainly hand tools and our BCS walking tractor. We also have 3 acres of hay fields which we use for mulch in the garden. Our presence serves to engage our community … Continue reading FARM JOB: WINLAW, BC – Ravine Creek Farm, Farm Worker
This paid internship opportunity is on a certified organic, family run vegetable farm in the stunning and magical Slocan Valley. Come grow with us! Located near Winalw, BC our farm is a very successful (and very busy!) little veggie paradise – the operation is 4 acres, 3 of hay and 1 of veggies, our intensive vegetable garden is the heart of our business and we sell our produce at the Nelson farmer’s market, a weekly farm stand and through a 20 member CSA. We have a passionate and devoted customer base and we are fortunate to have a small but … Continue reading INTERNSHIP: Ravine Creek Farm, Winlaw, BC
Contemporary cheesemaking as practiced in North America is decidedly unnatural; The Black Sheep School provides a much needed alternative. This new/old approach to cheesemaking is inspired by traditional practices, and based on the ecology of raw milk. The Black Sheep methods include cultivating starter cultures, growing the fungi that ripen cheeses, and working with the indigenous cultures of raw milk. The methods are liberating and empowering – they help cheesemakers wean themselves off packaged powdered cultures, synthetic rennets and unnecessary chemical additives and sanitizers, and help cheeses develop their best possible flavor. The Black Sheep School helps cheesemakers take back their cheese. Kootenay Food is hosting two days of Cheesemaking classes … Continue reading Upcoming Cheesemaking Workshops in the Kootenays!
Hey Kootenay farmers and farm-curious folks! Here in the Creston Valley the robins are hanging around, our Stellar Seeds order is going in, and we’re pretty sure that spring is near. While winter hangs on, it feels like we should be do some indoor gathering – shared learning and dreaming for the season ahead! So, here’s what we’ve got lined up for a fun February… 1. Land Linking Session and Farmer Social – Slocan Valley When: Thursday, February 12, 1pm – 9pm Where: Vallican Whole Community Centre, 3762 Little Slocan South Road, Vallican, BC V0G 2J0 Please RSVP: brownpapertickets.com/event/1152077 Join us … Continue reading Growing Kootenay Farmers – February 2015 Events