The people we need most to acheive our goals fall into two catagories. Physical assistance in the final stages of developing and maintaining the buildings and land and admistrative to help with manangement and planning of the project and it's activities. It is our philosophy that you do not need to be an expert to take on a task, in fact experience has shown us that people with little relevant experience can acheive a great deal if they have the ability and the will to succeed. Every assistance will be given to provide both the tools, resources and training to do the job. Naturally, if you have expertise or specific skills to help us, that would be a bonus, but it is not an absolute requirement. It is important however that all participants have a realistic view of our place on this planet and the things we must try to acheive to ensure it's survival, this is at the core of the CdC mission. It's also important to note that all participants are expected to multi-task for many reasons. Firstly, CdC is a relatively small project and as such each participants must assist with a wider range of tasks over and above those of their primary role. Secondly, multi tasking promotes the learning of new skills, a better understanding of what makes CdC tick and can provide a welcome change from repetitive tasks. For more details onthe oportunities at CdC please look at the links below.