Medellin, Antioquia, Colombia

Permaculture Experteer

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Skills Needed

  • Agriculture
  • Architecture
  • Teaching

Language Proficiencies

You must be able to speak English.

When Can You Start?

You can start as soon as possible and stay for 4 weeks to 2 months




Project Details

Description and Impact

We need Experteers starting in January.  Situated in a beautiful valley near the village of Amaga. 45 minutes from Downtown Medellin. This Hostel is a live Premaculture Hostel educational center/farm and showcase of best practices for sustainable living and alternatives energies.  We need an Experteer to come offer some of their time in exchange for a unique experience.   


The program involves 6 weeks living exchange at an eco hostel in Amaga, a town 45 minutes from Medellin (Colombia). The position is 6 weeks, however if we all agree, there is a possibility of staying longer.  The program dates: May 15 to Dec 15.

The experience requires the Experteer to teach English to locals for 1 hour per a day.  In addition, the Experteer will be asked to maintain the organic gardens which is an estimated 3 hours a day.  The work week is 5 days a week. 

We Provide These Local Benefits

Benefits Overview

  • Accommodations
  • Learning Opportunity
  • Meal Stipend


You will be placed in an apartment that is open for two people. 

Learning Opportunity

This is an excellent opportunity to learn Spanish as well 6 weeks semi-intense course (4 hours per week) or 6 weeks intense ( 8 hours per week). You'll have the opportunity of practice your spanish (writing, reading,conversation) with students from the community every day from 3 to 4pm.

Food Stipend

To be determined with the selected candidate

Additional Benefits

Come and be part of our recent but steady process of transformation to a more just and self-sustaining life at our farm. My idea is for people to work together and share knowledge about maximizing farms, lands and of course, our Mother Earth.

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