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Work With SOIL

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Current Job Openings

SOIL seeks highly skilled, competent, creative, and community-oriented individuals to join our team! Please check this page for announcements of opportunities to work with SOIL.

No positions currently available.

Work-Trade Program

Participants in our programs gain whole-life skills that deepen into embodied knowledge for daily lived experiences. We educate empowered, skilled, conscious leaders dedicated to creating radical, regenerative change and healthy reciprocal relationships. We invite you to participate in our work-trade program to gain real-life skills in experiential education. Please continue checking this page for announcements of work-trade opportunities.

No positions currently available.

Opportunities at Earthaven and the Taylor Creek Watershed

Earthaven Ecovillage is an intentional, self-governed community based out of the Taylor Creek Watershed in the Western North Carolina mountains. Earthaven's mission is to create a "living laboratory and educational seed bank for a sustainable human future." Opportunities often arise for work with individuals, businesses, and organizations located in the "Valley," which includes land and neighbors bordering Earthaven's 300+ acres across Buncombe, McDowell, and Rutherford counties. Please continue checking this page for announcements of opportunities to work with the Earthaven community:

View current Opportunities at Earthaven

Creative Economy

SOIL is fortunate to exist within the folds of community at Earthaven Ecovillage, which provides access to an alternate/local currency called LEAPs and other creative means of compensation.  We welcome your skills and experience in any area you feel may be useful to SOIL as we experiment with our relationship to money and the true meaning of support. Contact us if you have a passion or skill to contribute.

Check out Reaching Nature Connection

Join SOIL for this weekend exploration of how to incorporate nature into early childhood education. The conference is designed for beginners and experienced educators alike, as well as therapists, administrators, homeschool families, camp counselors, grandparents, and parents who have an interest in developmentally appropriate nature mentoring for children.

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