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Posted by Travis Hill  |  Terra Cultura  |  Aromas, CA

Headline: Work Exchange Opportunity: Part-Time Farm Work for Trailer Parking and Hookups

We are a small nonprofit educational eco-arts farm on 6 acres in Aromas, CA. We are actively farming about 1 acre of the property, employing small-scale, no-till methods for various market vegetables, pollinator attractors, hedgerows, and an orchard/food forest. We have three permanent staff members who live on site managing the property, as well as the nonprofit organization.

We have ample parking for up to a 30ft trailer, complete with power and water hookups, for someone with a trailer to park and live on-site. In exchange, we’re looking for someone with general farming and garden knowledge, who would be willing to work part time, about 20 hrs/week, helping out on the farm. We are open to discussion to iron out the details, but think this is a good starting point.

If you’re interested in small-scale, organic gardening and farming employing various permaculture, no-till and biodynamic practices,

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Contact Phone: 650-766-1261

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08/17/20
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Posted by Bri Grosskopf  |  Center for Land-Based Learning  |  WOODLAND

Headline: Farmers - looking to hire your next Farm Manager? Become an employer in our registered Apprenticeshi

Develop your key employees on our dime. Are you a farmer searching for your future manager or supervisor? Whether you have a current employee who could use some additional training, or are seeking to hire a new team member, you can use a registered apprenticeship to ensure you get the skills your operation needs. The Beginning Farm and Ranch Management Apprenticeship provides a structured pathway for aspiring farm managers to develop the knowledge and skills they need to be successful on your farm.

We are seeking Farmers who want to participate in this program! Farmers can enroll a current employee or be connected with highly qualified candidates. During this two year program, apprentices complete 3,000 hours of on-the-job training and 250 hours of fundamental coursework before graduating at the Journeyman level as a Beginning Farm and Ranch Manager. The Center for Land-Based Learning covers all

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07/08/20
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Posted by Caymin Ackerman  |  Big Mesa Farm  |  comptche

Headline: Organic farming internship opportunity

Big Mesa Farm in Comptche, Ca is seeking to build the 2020 team! We are offering summer internship opportunities during the months of april- december. Interns will work 6 hours a day for 4-5 days a week and stay for a minimum of 3 months. This is a hands on learning experience in production farming. Jobs include harvest, pruning, planting, seeding, and selling at farmers markets. This is a fast paced, community and work oriented environment with alot of learning, and also self motivation. Monthly stipend of $500. Accommodations are a cute but rustic loft room in the 1890's barn, and use of a communal bathouse and kitchen. Up to two interns accepted.

We cultivate 5 acres of certified organic vegetables including 5 greenhouses. Crops include tomatoes, summer squash, cucumbers, melons, lettuce, beets, carrots, flowers and much more! We are 100% solar powered and do our best to prioritize

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02/13/20
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Posted by Elaine Swiedler  |  Center for Land-Based Learning  |  Winters, CA

Headline: Beginning Farm and Ranch Management Apprenticeship Program Accepting Applications

Advance your agriculture career while getting paid to learn!

The Beginning Farm and Ranch Management Apprenticeship, a program of the Center for Land-Based Learning, trains individuals for farm management jobs by providing practical experience, valuable skills, and connections to a mentor that will allow you to gain more responsibility on a farm and move into a management role.

The program lasts approximately two years and combines paid on-the-job training with job-related instruction, providing a structured way to gain skills and knowledge. Apprentices work full-time on a production farm with a farmer mentor, gaining experience in the major areas needed to manage a successful farm, and also complete coursework to support their on-farm learning.

Learn more and apply at our website:

http://www.landbasedlearning.org/farm-academy-apprentice

Farming experience is not required for this position, but is

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Contact Phone: 530-795-4146

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01/16/20
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Posted by Matt Gordon  |  Rogue Farm Corps  |  Ashland, OR

Headline: Applications Open for 2020 Rogue Farm Corps Farmer Training Programs

Applications are now open for ROGUE FARM CORPS’ beginning & advanced farmer training programs in Oregon for the 2020 season. Applications are rolling until March 1st. Apply early, as positions do fill during the application period. Participants live & train at partner host farms which provide mentorship, room, board, and a monthly stipend. RFC has a small tuition and scholarship applications will be open Dec 1 - Feb 1. Rogue Farm Corps seeks to train an inclusive next generation of farmers and encourages applicants of all backgrounds and identities to apply.

Rogue Farm Corps is the only organization in Oregon that offers structured, entry-level and advanced farmer training programs rooted in real-world farm businesses. We work with host farms and ranches located in the Rogue Valley, the Portland Metro Area, the South Willamette Valley, and Central Oregon, offering experiences with vegetable production,

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12/12/19
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Posted by Robin Colleen  |  FlipJack Ranch  |  Santa Cruz, CA

Headline: FARM INTERN, Housing and Stipend

Join the team at FlipJack Ranch as a farm intern. Housing and stipend provided, some groceries too, and of course access to the best vegetables ever!
Learn organic vegetable and flower production, irrigation, orchard management
Job responsibilities include:
Care for free range poultry, gather fresh eggs
Feed and care for pet rabbits, forage for wild foods for them
Learn to preserve fruits and vegetables help with harvest
This job begins on August 4th and will continue until November when the winter rains will signal the end our growing season in Bonny Doon.

Work varies, 6-8 hours per day, must have physical strength to move hay bales, carry water buckets, use a pitch fork and shovel. A sense of humor and exceptional work ethic is desired. Farm experience is helpful but not necessary. Prior job experience required. Position can be shared with a partner. Please email your letter of interest and include your

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Contact Phone: 415-690-3894

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07/17/19
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Posted by Lucie Ashley  |  Farm Discovery  |  Watsonville

Headline: Farm and Education Internship

Position Description
We are looking for a highly motivated, detail-oriented and energetic person for this position of Farm & Education Intern. This position will co-lead the food, farming and nature education programming, cultivate the Farm Discovery fields and garden and care for the goats, chickens and ducks.

The person in this position will work collaboratively with our Education Associate and the owner of Live Earth Farm.

This position requires a collaborative individual with a high level of organization and flexibility who is gifted in working with youth while being solid on farm production and in the kitchen. You will be an integral member of our team, and a youth educator. You are someone looking to build outstanding education, farming, cooking and relationship building skills, who can engage and inspire the youth we serve about multiple aspects of the food system from production to consumption

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04/24/19
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Posted by Organic Farm School  |  Organic Farm School  |  Freeland, WA

Headline: 8-month Intense Training for New Farmers

Our Core Program (on Whidbey Island in the Pacific Northwest) is intentionally small (less than 12 students per year) to insure a foundational transfer of the knowledge, skills, and experience needed to successfully grow food as an honorable business and sustainable livelihood. It is is an intense (40+ hours/week), 35-week integration of classes, demonstrations and on-going field experience, as well as field trips, and guest speakers. It addresses basic agricultural science (propagation, cultivation, weed & pest control, soil development, fertility management, principles of irrigation, plant physiology, etc.) coupled with instruction on business and crop planning, financial evaluation, market development, culinary interfaces, communication, and collaboration. In addition, we teach organic seed development and production, farm equipment maintenance and repair, a basic overview of the opportunities and

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Contact Phone: 360-579-4989

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02/04/19
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Posted by Lili Tova  |  Flying Coyote Farm  |  Sandy, OR

Headline: Jobs Available at Flying Coyote Farm in Sandy, OR: Field Crew, Harvest Crew, Apprenticeship Position

Flying Coyote Farm in Sandy OR is hiring for multiple positions for the 2019 farm season.
  • Field Crew
  • Harvest Crew
  • Rogue Farm Corp Apprenticeship
Flying Coyote Farm is a female owned and operated Certified Organic and Certified Biodynamic farm located 40 minutes outside of Portland in Sandy, Oregon. We are passionate about growing the highest quality food with a focus on flavor and unique and heirloom varieties. We distribute our vegetables, herbs and pasture-raised meat through our CSA Program, Farmers Markets, and to local restaurants. For us growing food is an essential and radical act that leads to healthier communities, land, and people. Join our team for the 2019 season!

View full list of openings on our website.

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01/09/19
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Posted by Ruthie King  |  Grange School of Adaptive Agriculture  |  Willits, CA

Headline: Learn to Farm at the School of Adaptive Agriculture

The School of Adaptive Agriculture Practicum Program is for adults who have decided to enter the sustainable food system. You may not yet know what your role will be. But you want to be among the million new farmers, ranchers, and leaders this country needs in order to transform agriculture through creative, sustainable and profitable enterprises. Join us for a three month intensive residential training program on a 5,000 acre working ranch in Mendocino County, California. Our program combines experiential learning with living and working side-by-side with farmers and ranchers. Classroom based learning is designed to send students off with a comprehensive vocabulary, skill set, and understanding of the foundations of small scale agriculture. Weekly field trips contribute to a unique learning experience, giving students a well-rounded education that helps launch them into your career in the food system.

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