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Megan Cornett
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  • Chapel Hill, NC
  • United States
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Started this discussion. Last reply by ken horner Mar 7, 2009.


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Hillsborough, NC
Where have you lived and worked?
I have lived and worked in several different places including Romania, Japan, Appalachian Mountains, etc.
About Me:
I am from NC and I love being in the wilderness. I am graduating in May 2009 from Warren Wilson College with a K-6 elementary license and a sustainable agriculture degree. Farming is where I am headed with my life in the near future....until then...I am ready for some adventures!
Last Seasonal Job:
Farm Worker on a livestock farm
Favorite Seasonal Job:
Dream Job:
Farming fulltime in the Appalachian Mountains

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At 3:08pm on May 11, 2009, Dominic A. Smith said…
Hey look forward to meeting you in a few weeks, you will have a great time all the other cowokers are really cool.
At 7:16am on March 30, 2009, Phil Norris said…
Ya I dont arrive until May 24th up there and will be there until the end of september. I am a Kansas native but I know little about farming. I would be willing to pitch in though, could be fun... Do you have a facebook? Add me on there because i doubt i'll use this thing much. Phil Norris- Washburn University or Fiji network.
At 4:36pm on March 18, 2009, Dominic A. Smith said…
I am getting pretty excited only about a month away, when are you getting up there??
At 2:15pm on March 7, 2009, ken horner said…
I just got off the phone with Steffanie up there in Alaska. A veggie garden, OH HELL YEA! I know cabbage does great up there. I think melons do too and some herbs,Dminic, cilantro grows crazy up there so just bring seed. Tomatoes, you'll will have to get hybrids that grow fast I don't know much more than that. I hope to see ya'll there
At 2:39pm on March 6, 2009, akscootr said…
I wish I could, but at this time of year they are in Thailand. They will be back for the summer season but I don't know when exactly. They grew their veggies south of Fairbanks( about 60 miles)... I don't know how that would affect it. Here is some Alaska info, however, that I managed to dig up on Alaska gardeniong, one of them from the local university. I hope it helps some... Cheers
At 5:11pm on March 5, 2009, akscootr said…
I was just reading about your gardening plans... I have friends who do it up here very well. Citronella doesn't work as well as shotguns on the mosquitos though :)~
At 1:51pm on March 5, 2009, Amanda said…
Hey Megan I was just leaving a comment for Dominic and saw your comment on the Employee Garden! That's great that you've been looking into it, I'm kinda curious on ur plans to get the soil and fertilizer up there? I'm driving up in mid-April so I'll have a pretty big capacity car (ford explorer) please let me know what I can do to help get it started! I did look into coldframe and it sounds pretty straigtforward(hopefully), I'm also planning on planting some geraniums in pots in front of the cabin to ward off biting flies and mosquitos, any thoughts on this?
At 10:25pm on March 4, 2009, Dominic A. Smith said…
I got the Job at coldfoot I am so excited, I look forward to working with you and making our garden !
At 9:23pm on February 24, 2009, Amy said…
Hi Megan! I might be up there this summer. I had my second interview today. He said I would know by friday but definetly sooner than that. You mentioned a crew garden. I'm so their! I love gardening!! I can't wait until I get their. Have safe travels! :D
At 9:07pm on February 24, 2009, Ben said…
awesome. i cant wait for our summer. its going to rock

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