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Mountain Cloud Farm
Clark Fork, ID 83811

Contact: Breigh Peterson, Darren Cloud


Email: info@mountaincloudfarm.com

Website: http://mountaincloudfarm.com

Last Updated: 04-16-2018

General Description: Mountain Cloud Farm is a small scale no till vegetable farm located in Clark Fork Idaho. We cultivate 1 acre of vegetables and one acre of fruit using regenerative farming practices. Our food is marketed through a CSA program and the Sandpoint Farmers' Market.

Please see our website http://mountaincloudfarm.com for more information.

Internship Starts: April 1st
Internship Ends: November 1st
Number of Interns: 2
App Deadline:
Minimum Length of Stay: 1 months

Meals: Work day lunches are prepared and eaten together. All other meals are prepared on your own with food we provide; seasonal veggies, goat milk, goat cheese, eggs and meat from our animals. Plus store bought staples.

Skills Desired: Folks who are eager and excited about farming. Although somedays will be long and physical demanding it is important for us to have interns who will keep a positive attitude. We expect our interns to take part in daily chores which include weeding, planting, harvesting and of course eating.

Educational Opportunities:

Stipend: Depends on length of stay, please see our website for more detailed information.

Housing: Housing includes a small camper or tipi, outdoor covered kitchen space, running water, outdoor shower, composting toilet and privacy. Laundry facility and internet are available.

Preferred method Of Contact: email

Internship Details: Apprentices at Mountain Cloud Farm gain the experience to further the farming adventure. Most days will be spent working side by side with the farmer working on bed prep, weeding, planting and harvesting. Expect to work with farm equipment such as different types of seeders, bed roller, dibbler, paper pot transplanter, a tractor for moving compost and tarps for bed preparation. Works weeks are Tuesday through Saturday, early morning starts and around 35 hours a week.


 

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