Spend the winter with Adamah!

December 8, 2009 at 11:45 am | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Adamah Winter Fellow Job Description

Winter 2010

Start Date: Flexible- Dec. 21- Jan. 4

End Date: April 2009
Compensation: Room and board when the kitchen is open. Free participation in Freedman Retreats. Food share when kitchen is closed.

The primary task of the Winter Fellow is to assist with a variety of daily tasks such as henpost and goat milking, as well as to work on projects including: Beebe Hill clearing, organizing and repairing equipment, planting, packing and selling pickled products, maple syrup tapping, and other winter projects.

Approximate Job Responsibilities:

Beebe Hill – 10%

Goats/Barnyard- 10%

Equipment Repair/Organization- 20%

Pickle Packing – 20%

Maple Syrup– 30% mid February through early April

Other – 10%

The Winter Fellow must be able and willing to:

v    Lift heavy boxes of product.

v    Sell at special events on and off-site.

v    Work independently and responsibly.

v    Work with others to cultivate an Adamah community filled with learning, meaning and spirit.

They will be supervised by Shamu, Miriam and Aitan

Work Schedule/Expectations:

December – late February – 25 hours/week

Late February- April- up to 40 hours a week

Additional (funded) work opportunities through the Retreat Center are also likely to be available during much of the winter

Additional Winter Fellow positions are available for a few weeks at a time. If interested, contact Shamu @isabellafreedman.org


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