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Welcome to the group! You can connect with other Water Elders, get updates, and share your projects. You'll find everything in here is to help us in building our Gaian Villages.. Your role in each village is very important. You'll be the community "City Hall" the would be in charge of things like onboarding shopkeepers and the organizer between the members and the other Elders.

General Description:

A Water Elder is a key part of any village as they ensure that the projects are completed on time. The main responsibilities of a Water Elder include working with team members to create a realistic timeline, following up with team members to ensure everything is running smoothly, and tracking project progress in a variety of ways.

A Water Elder network within the local community to create positive social impact, help in developing programs and enlist community support for causes. Daily duties can involve meetings with surrounding community members and officials, project planning, connecting people with necessary WE resources, and creating informational materials and reports. Experience is helpful in the fields such as social work and community development. Responsibilities vary, but most community organizers must maintain community relationships, interact directly with the public, and devise programs and campaigns to reach specific groups.

Elders live onsite and host a workgroup every weekend for our Weekend Warrior Events.

  • 20 to 40 hours per week.

  • Hours will depend on numerous factors and may increase and decrease seasonally.


Monthly budget, site for a home and office, free village shopping plus commission.

Below is an example of how our budget is structured.

Required Skills

  • Project WE Network’s image is to be genuinely friendly and take pride in your work.

  • Self-motivated and disciplined.

  • Ability to prioritize and complete work assignments on a timely basis.

  • Maintain strict confidentiality and judgment regarding privileged information.

  • Display and live out our Lead with Love principles by being: patient, kind, trusting, unselfish, truthful, forgiving, and dedicated.

  • Willing to constantly improve.

  • Maintain a professional appearance with good personal hygiene.

  • Promote and support a teamwork environment by cooperating and helping co-workers.

  • Adapt to changes easily.

  • Tolerate a fast-paced, hectic environment.

  • Show appreciation to others.

  • Must be sensitive to the needs of our Guests and feel empowered to take action to meet their needs within company guidelines.

Meals: No, but some shared vegetables and free village shopping




No- but we have a temporary camper to stay in when you start and you will be allocated a lot for your office and residence. You could bring a camper for a short term or a tiny house. We have a resource for the financed purchase of an unfinished tiny house for around $200 a month or you could even work with our EcoJunk Air Elder to get a community-built Gaiaship.

Example of a Gaia Ship

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  • November 13, 2023


  • Ivy Bickl

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