The nonprofit Musk Ox Farm in Palmer, Alaska promotes gentle musk ox husbandry, qiviut production and provides education to the public. Seeking interpretive guides for the spring/summer/fall 2022 season. We offer interpretive tours and education programs by interpretive guides (you!), engaging exhibits, and a gift shop.
The nonprofit Musk Ox Farm promotes gentle musk oxen husbandry, qiviut production and to provide education to the public. We welcome visitors to the farm from all over the world for a closeup experience with these magnificent Paleolithic. The Musk Ox Farm is seeking enthusiastic educators to fill its Interpretive Guide positions for the summer 2021 season. The position runs from early May-September, with possible options for a shorter season, or to continue through the winter.
The non-profit Musk Ox Farm is dedicated to the domestication of the musk ox and to the promotion of qiviut production as a gentle and sustainable agricultural practice in the Far North, with a focus on public education and providing income opportunities to Alaska Natives. Summer Interpretive Guides educate visitors to the farm during a close up experience with these magnificent Paleolithic ruminants.