Part-Time Community Grower – Wales.

Mar 22, 2016

A great opportunity exists for a Part-Time Community Grower at Garth Hillside Organic Garden. 

The Garth Hillside Organic Garden is small Permaculture, Community Food, Education and Outreach Project in the beautiful Ceiriog Valley, North Wales borders.

In their own words:

“Here is a short job description, though its all negotiable depending on the person!”

“We are looking for a responsible and motivated individual who is passionate and committed to sustainable food production.

Activities include natural beekeeping, coppiceing, low impact building, rainwater harvesting, sything, forest gardening and conservation.”

Salary and hours negotiable, depending on experience.

For more details contact 01691 718127 or garthorganic@gmail.com

You may like to take a look at the Garth Organic website to find out more: http://garthorganic.co.uk/

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