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Kokopelli Farm in the Sebastopol countryside is experiencing our largest crop of boysenberries in our 24 years of farming with organic practices. We are currently seeking people to train how to “think like a boysenberry,” so we can then hire them during the early morning June and July harvest.
Our pickers usually have other jobs or are taking classes, since this is not full-time work. We pick seven days a week, starting at sun-up and ending sometime in the morning. Camp-out spaces are available.
Pickers can select the days they want to work. As soon as someone gets hungry, farmer Shepherd Bliss cooks breakfast, often oatmeal, which was the usual breakfast on his family’s Iowa farm. Then we sit around a rough picnic table and talk about farming and whatever.
Contact Kokopelli, the trickster wounded healer/flute player, at 707-829-8185, where we take calls after 7 a.m., when we have fed our Catahoula leopard hound work dog, or firstname.lastname@example.org. Please leave both your phone number and email address.