WinSol

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WinSol

  • Marker details
  • DescriptionWe are small organic farm and learning center. Please look at our web page for more details: www.winsol.org
  • LocationUnited States, California, El Dorado County, Somerset

  • Work
  • Type of work General light construction, gardening, project assistance.
  • Hours per day Five hours each day (9am - noon, 2-4pm)
  • Work requirements: Minimum stay of five days.
  • Host's preferences
  • Availability: Send a message to inquire.
  • Duration of stay: 1-4 weeks
  • Maximum number of helpers: 5
  • Last minute requests: Okay
  • Host
  • Languages:English, German
  • Has pets? no
  • Smokes at home? No
  • Accommodation: Two private bedrooms, main house loft. Camping sites.
  • Additional info
  • Besides helping out, you'll learn about natural and simple, sustainable living at no-cost. You'll learn about living water, living energy, appropriate technology, renewable energies, permaculture, biodynamics, rainwater catchment, natural building design; all within holistic systems - way beyond sustainability: living comfortably within one earth carrying capacity at very low cost.

    NOTE: When you send an email: Please let us know what specific dates you have in mind and if you have your own transportation - we will reply to all messages that have this information.

    You will be staying in the learning center that has 2 private bedrooms & a private kitchen, bathroom and is separate from the main house.

    Our main person is a retired university professor who'll teach,demo lo-cost renewable energy systems, living energies (Schauberger, Tesla, ++), community microgrids and biodynamic gardening in a experiental learning environment.

    WinSol is a nature sanctuary at 4300 ft elevation in the Sierra mountains.