The first and most important part to becoming a volunteer is to have a deep desire to be a blessing to the greater community and to pray and ask the Father if this is something He would have you doing at this point in your life.
There are two options for becoming a volunteer:
A visitor volunteer is an individual or family who would like to come and be a blessing to the ministry with your labor but can only stay for a week, and would need to be able to provide your own shelter, either with an RV or offsite accommodations. We are especially looking for volunteers with particular skills that you could share with the students. Skills such as (but not limited to):
- Food preservation
- Root Cellaring
- Seed Banking
- Construction (dorms, green houses, root cellars)
- Welding (farm equipment manufacturing)
- Poultry (eggs, meat, turkeys)
- Soil analysis and fertilization
- Marketing value added products of all areas via
- Farmers Market
- Direct Farm sales
- Internet marketing
Biblical Academic Areas of Training
- Hebrew Language – speaking and reading
- Agri-bio Linguistics – word study principles
- Torah Studies/Life skills and application
- Leadership skills
A winter volunteer is an individual or family who would like to come during the time period of Oct. 1st (or after Sukkot) to March 1st. It is our goal to provide fresh produce year round. Depending on our facilities, we may be able to provide housing accommodations, or you could make your own arrangements with an RV or off-site. In either case, the appropriate fees would be required.
- Canning/Dehydrating/Food preservation
- Soap making and other household items
- Auto/Diesel Repair
- Basic farm help
An appropriate donation for food and electricity would be required as necessary.
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