CCRES Research facility, Sveti Rok, Croatia
CCRES Research facility, Sveti Rok, Croatia
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Commenced:
01/04/2019
Submitted:
08/04/2019
Last updated:
13/04/2019
Location:
CCRES Research facility, Dr. Mile Budaka, Sveti Rok, Croatia, SVETI ROK,, Licko-Senjska County, HR
Phone:
+385915475049
Website:
http://solarserdar.blogspot.com
Climate zone:
Mediterranean





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CCRES Research facility, Sveti Rok, Croatia

Project Type

Rural, Intentional Communities, Community, Demonstration, Educational

Project Summary

At the CCRES Research Facility, we are working with farmers who are converting their working farmland into agroforestry operations. The CCRES Program addresses the need to better understand and implement agroforestry practices on a commercial scale. As these operations grow, so too will the need for industrial infrastructure and support. Zeljko Serdar, CCRES TEAM

Project Description

The apprentice roles at CCRES Research facility, in Sveti Rok, Croatia are suited to folks who are dedicating their lives to a career in regenerative agriculture. Whilst this farm is a bustling hub for learning and practice, we expect high standards in both work ethic and your ability to work as a beneficial team member. We work, live, learn and play together in quite close quarters during the season, and your attitude and aptitude are the most important qualities behind getting the most from this experience. People that get the most from their time with us tend to have the “get it done” attitude, are self-starting, communicative, teachable, positive solutions focused, dependable and take-responsibility for what they are managing. We are looking for very pragmatic folks that are good with their hands and tools, who are situationally aware and ready to get their hands dirty wherever needed on the farm.

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