Help us with gardening and stay at the beautiful Wellness Paradise Farm, Washington US

USA / Wellness Paradise Farm

Wellness Paradise Farm is situated in the farmlands beneath Mount Rainier, WA, USA. We open our doors to WWOOFers and volunteers from around the world who would like to experience what we have to offer – a peaceful environment centered on sharing knowledge and healing ourselves and our planet.

We offer a work exchange requiring 4 hours work per day (only 2 hours on Saturday, Sunday is free time). Main tasks are gardening (lots of weeding!) and caring for our plants. There is often maintenance work required on farms so many skills are considered valuable here.

There are other ongoing projects such as beekeeping, cultivating mushrooms, building trails and constructing greenhouses. We also have chickens and a natural vegetable garden.

We offer:
an active peaceful outdoor working environment with breathtaking views
accommodation – shared (but very well equipped and comfortable) or if you have an RV/tent you are welcome to the land.
great opportunities for learning and growth
plenty of time to explore the stunning Pacific North West

The following skills are valued here so please mention any on your application: permaculture, social media, photography, web design, trail building, construction, machinery maintenance. Bring any and all knowledge!

Limited space available but please get in touch if you are thinking of future dates too. Couples welcome but unfortunately no dogs as we already have 3 here. Minimum stay is preferably 2 weeks but this is negotiable.

Contact: with a small bio about yourself, available dates and length of stay, and any skills you have that could be helpful.

Expires: Nov 11, 2019


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