At THK, everyone is a participant. This page documents the volunteer teams you may join to help things run smoothly. Go to the Infopoint to add yourself to a team for the day, or a given shift of two hours.
One person must empty and clean the compost bucket after each meal. The compost bin can be found in the green disposal area East of the House in front of the greenhouse.
A team of four must setup and cleanup the eating room before and after each meal.
Le Goutailloux is equiped with a professional dishwasher. A team of four will setup a rinsing system before each meal. Outside of the kitchen, pre-rinsing basins will collect used dishes, and the team will be responsible to fill and empty the dishwasher.
A team of two will regularly check and empty all trash cans on the site, including in the kitchen and in the toilets, as well as pick up any trash that might have been dumped on the ground. This garbage will be disposed of into the large bin along the road in front of the farm.
DRY TOILETS & URINALS
Two teams of two (one on the campsite, the other one at the House) will regularly refill the dry toilets with sawdust and toilet paper. The toilet bins will be emptied in the pallox behing the wood workshop. The toilet seat will be cleaned with an appropriate product made to this effect.
Teams of two will take 2 hour shifts at the bar during lunch and in the evening.
At least one person will take a two hour shift at the entrance, along with a local referrent from Tarnac, to welcome people, explain on-site processes, distribute cutlery and the welcome booklet, keep track of volunteer team planning during camp and respond to any question visitors may have.
Twice a day according to train schedules, as well as on-demand, shuttle drivers will pick up people from the train station in Bugeat or Limoges to bring them to camp, or back to the train.
Cooks will require help (to be defined).
One person should ensure the House is kept clean.
Two people will be on call to reinforce other teams momentarily.
Three people will be tasked with conflict resolution and emotional support.
Parents who want to organize kids activities can self-organize and advertise at the Infopoint.
The camp will end on August 13th. From the 13th to 15th, fifteen people will be needed to tear down temporary infrastructure and site cleanup.