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Position: Carpenter/Handyperson/General Labour
Organization: Headwaters Community Farm
Location: Hamilton Township near Port Hope/Cobourg / 40 min E of Oshawa

We are closing down for the winter so need help winterizing shelters, fixing fences, gates doors, and building small enclosures. Lots of small jobs as well. From now until the snow flies.

Job Type: Temporary - 3-5 weeks work

Salary: $15.00 to $20.00 /hour

Please contact Linda Armstrong:
linda.armstrong mask mac.com*

About Headwaters Community Farm

Headwaters Community Farm and Education Centre is a unique combination of organic agriculture and agro-tourism. Our aim is threefold: to feed our family and workers fresh, whole, nutritious foods; to use sustainable methods of farming and living to protect our beautiful environment; and to open our farm to outside visitors to share in our bounty and to educate them about healthy eating, ecological farming practices and homesteading skills.

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GoodWork ID: 43029       Date posted to GoodWork.ca: Nov 8 2017