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Stein Mountain Farm
box 11
Lytton, BC V0K1Z0

Contact: Erin coghlan, Ron coghlan

Phone: 250-455-2392

Email: erin.coghlan@gmail.com, roncoghlan@gmail.com

Last Updated: 11-08-2013

General Description: We are a small organic farm located in the mountains in British Columbia. We have been farming organically for 28 years. Our farm is a family farm, with our three children now moved back and working with us. The area we live in is semi arid ,just the beginning of the dry belt. Lytton is Canadas hot spot making it an ideal growing location. As far as buffer zones go we have a most perfect place as there is really no commercial growing going on so no contamination to worry about. We grow a variety of vegetables and fruits we sell at Vancouver farmers markets. We are committed to open pollinated and heirloom varieties. We love what we do and would love to share our farm with folks who want to learn and work towards a fruitful season.

Internship Starts: May 1
Internship Ends: October 31
Number of Interns: 2
App Deadline: March
Minimum Length of Stay: we only take apprentices for the whole season

Meals: Vegetarian meals are provided. We eat lunch together, and provide food for other meals.

Skills Desired: It is more important to us that someone has willingness to learn and work hard than experience.

Educational Opportunities: As we work together we will have many moments for teaching what and why we are doing what we do. we love questions. we have an extensive library on organics.

Stipend: Room and Board and $200.00 per week.

Housing: Each apprentice has their own cabin with cooking facilities.

Preferred method Of Contact: email is better as our phone doesnt always work. we are off grid.

Internship Details: Interns will work alongside us and have jobs of their own. they will help with greehouse, planting and transplanting, irrigation, weeding, soil amendments, harvest


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