Bardo Farm

Freedom Never Tasted So Good


Dec 30

There’s a lot to do around here, and we need a lot of people to get it all done.  So we always welcome volunteers, who may end up staying for any length of time from a few hours to a several years.

We always have projects going on – clearing land, cutting firewood, milling lumber, clearing land, building structures, collecting sap, moving animals around, preparing for Bardo Farm Fest, and so on.  Contact us to find out what’s going on, how you can help, where and when to show up, and what to bring with you.

We also need interns to work with the animals and the gardens during the growing season.  This requires a longer commitment, but it also comes with more benefits:  a place to camp, free meals, and access to a bunch of smart, capable people who can probably help you learn anything you want to know more about.


Some people who start as farm interns become more involved with the Bardo Project, and may end up living full time on the property while they work on letting go of the things that have been weighing their lives down, and realizing their capabilities.

(‘Bardo’ is a Tibetan word meaning ‘between lives’, and it’s the goal of the Bardo Project to provide a place where people can pause, reconsider their values and their strengths, and start moving in a direction that is aligned with those.)




  1. Louis Eklund says:

    Hello. My friend Lydia, I, and her daughter will be moving to NH in the end of September. We are interested in visiting your farm and volunteering. I’ve been on your website for a while now and it looks like something that we would be interested in. Can you please inform me of how we would sign up to visit?

    Each One
    Teach One
    Louis Eklund

    • Bardo Admin says:

      Hi Louis,
      We’d be delighted to have you visit and volunteer at Bardo Farm. How long a visit would you be interested in doing, and what are you interested in doing? Feel free to email me directly so we can get into a conversation:

      Thanks, and looking forward to meeting you!


  2. Michael Brown says:

    I’ve been searching for intentional communitys on the internet for a while. from what I’ve read on this website and from what i heard from a friend who visited you for a weekend a while ago, this place is exactly what i am looking forward. I’d be interested in becoming an intern on your farm over the spring and summer.


    -Michael Brown

    • Bardo Admin says:

      Hi Michael,

      We’ve been having some web site problems, so I only saw you post about looking for intentional communities now. Are you still interested? Please email us at if you are. Let us know what you’re interested in, and if you have any skills you’re bringing with you.


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