"Sounds like a good fit for a Paul Smiths or Ranger School student. Most probably already have commitments for the summer at this point, but consider sending to those schools by next Feb. if looking for help in 2023.
"Is this a fair thing to post? I am looking for a part-time tree farm worker for Spring, Summer & Fall '22. I pay fair wages with benefits and can add to work with landscaping for several neighbors, making the job full time if a…"
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Our family has owned and expanded and preserved 100 acres of unique forest and woodland and open Fields north of Taughannock Falls.
We are committed to sylvaculture and preserving its value with a Conservation Easement and later bequest to Finger Lakes Land Trust.
Is this a fair thing to post? I am looking for a part-time tree farm worker for Spring, Summer & Fall '22. I pay fair wages with benefits and can add to work with landscaping for several neighbors, making the job full time if a student wanted that over the summer. Mostly outdoor cut/split/stack, but lots of related work and experience. I am willing to train, have my MFO and decades of experience. Time to fish or swim at our lakeshore included :)
Call me at 607-351-7498, Bill Shaw, Hogback Enterprises. 5 4 22
Sounds like a good fit for a Paul Smiths or Ranger School student. Most probably already have commitments for the summer at this point, but consider sending to those schools by next Feb. if looking for help in 2023.
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