Call To Action!
For great people who are looking for good industrial farming experience, to help us plant 250 acres of hemp.
Dates: June 15- 20 2019 (UPDATED!). It is a 4 day planting session.
Location: Burns, Oregon. Its is 2.5 hrs east of Bend, and 2.5 hrs west of Boise ID.
Pay: $20 per hour.
We are looking to identify 5 more people to help plant seedlings. We will need your commitment for 3 nights and 4 days. An 8-hour planting shift is required each day, with an option for 1-2 additional hours helping with the logistics of each days planting. We are planting with a 7 seat/row transplanter behind a tractor, so this is not manual hand-planting 250 acres. That being said, a person has to have the ability, comfort and stamina to sit and place plants from a tray into a planter wheel, with short intervals every 15-20 minutes, to get down off the seat for some movement and reload trays.
This is a 1000 acre farm, and our family lives in a trailer in the middle. We will have food catered in twice a day and place to sit and relax. We have room to tent here on the farm. We will have showers available and porta-potties available. Burns is a small town so there are few hotels in town, and they are inexpensive. We are working this farm with a few Mennonite families, and the high desert is very beautiful. We are only 10 minutes from Crane Hot Springs, and its only $10 to soak!
For more information, please contact:
CannaSource Pro, LLC
Understood... haven’t found anyone in your area, I’ll definitely keep an eye out.
My personal engineer, he is based in Virginia, but works Nationally... I advised him of your situation and that I would give you his contact information to help better advise or locate resources. (804)214-6793
Sorry he is isn’t local, he is however a minority owned business. Best of Luck!
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