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Cedar Springs Permaculture Farm
Cedar Springs Permaculture Farm
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Holden, UT, US
Climate zone:
Warm Temperate

Erik Klockemann Jake Hanson John Flatberg Luis Candela Marissa Gates
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Cedar Springs Permaculture Farm

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Rural, Residential, Educational

Project Summary

Cedar Springs Permaculture Farm is a family farm on 5 acres that is focused on providing experiential education to the surrounding community and interns who stay for several months each season.

Project Description

Permaculture Internships are available for the 2013 Season. Dates are flexible and interns should plan on committing minimum of 3 months between April - October. Click here to find out more

Fun, learning, food and animals all come together for an adventure of homesteading permaculture style.Cedar Springs is a family owned and operated farm in the heart of Utah. Where Adam and Marie and their 5 kids come together with interns and other families to explore the the art of living and working with the land.

Regular seasonal workshops are available to explore various aspects of farm life. Interns who are working on the property at the time of the workshop will be invited to participate for free.


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