Intentional Community – Caretakers Wanted

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Another beautiful sunset at HOWL

Intentional women’s community seeks caretakers for our farmhouse and 50 acres of conserved land. Huntington Open Women’s Land (HOWL) is a non-profit land trust held for women only at a secluded location in Huntington, Vermont (Chittenden County). Our mission is to provide a safe and welcoming space for women and to enhance the use of our land, which includes forest, meadows, agricultural pastures, house and barn.

Responsibilities include greeting and orienting guests, helping maintain house and yard, and stewarding the land.  Must have own transportation.

We ask for a contribution of $350/mo (includes utilities & Wi-Fi).

Ideal for emotionally mature, kind, respectful women who wish to enjoy the rewards and accept the responsibilities of living with other women in intentional community. Respect and kindness to other women is required. We welcome all women without regard to age, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation or gender at birth.

Contact Glo 802-355-7218 or Cindy 603-986-2382 for more information.

Update:  Cindy is the primary point of contact for January & February 2017.  We still have openings available as of early February!  Please note, we work with HomeShare Vermont to help find caretakers who would be a good match.

We welcome all women without regard to age, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation or gender at birth.

Our vision for land use at HOWL includes…

Organic Farming
Local/Community food systems
Goats, sheep, cows, turkeys, chickens…
Producing eggs, wool, or meat
Permaculture
Forest management
Minimizing environmental impact

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