At the Living Earth Training Center and the White Mountain Nature Farm where we have our training and research center. We prefer candidates who are either local, or self-sufficient enough to provide their own food and housing. We may be able to provide modest accommodations/camping on site for the right candidates. Short-term or long-term stays will be considered. We will exchange training and a share of the food produced for labor. Interested candidates should provide a letter stating background and interest, and expected dates of availability. Send inquiries to us via the Contact Us information provided on this web site.

We also mentor students enrolled in college degree programs at various universities and community colleges. John Phillips, B. S. Biology and M. S. Agriculture, President of the Living Earth Training Center, has successfully trained and mentored many students who have gone on to play leadership roles. Interested students who would like to work with John should contact us by e-mail with a letter of interest as soon as possible.