FARRMS Sustainable Ag Interns

Contact information
Farm Address:
PO Box 22
Tuttle, North Dakota , 58488

Primary Contact: Heidi Riddle
Primary Phone:
    Type:
Office
    Number: 701998835219
    Email: hriddle@farrms.org

Website: https://www.farrms.org/

Internship information
General Farm Description: FARRMS (Foundation for Agricultural and Rural Resource Management and Sustainability) is seeking interns for the 2019 growing season. A variety of placements are available in urban and rural environments throughout North Dakota and the Red River Valley. Explore local food systems with hands on, field-based experience tailored to your interests and aspirations.

CRAFT Member Farm? No

Internship Starts: May 15, 2019
Internship Ends: Nov. 1, 2019 or start of fall semester
Number of Internship Available: 10
Application Deadline: April 19, 2019
Minimum Length of Stay: 12 weeks

Internship Details:

Various operations, various locations. Don’t let another season go by without exploring your place in 21st century sustainable agriculture. Apply to the FARRMS’ Intern Program today. Through the FARRMS Intern Program, participants can access a unique, field based, educational experience that broadens their knowledge. Interns experience what sustainability looks like when applied on a real world farm. A variety of placements are available in urban and rural environments. Explore local food systems with hands on, field-based experience tailored to your interests and aspirations. FARRMS matches interns with mentor farms across North Dakota and the Red River Valley. There is a range of experience available, from farmer’s markets to crop rotation to livestock management. Mentor farms and ranches provide guidance and hands-on learning opportunities. FARRMS augments the internship experience with farm tours, book readings and discussions, a competency-based framework, and stipends. You bring enthusiasm, positive attitude, willingness to learn new methods, and commitment to work hard. FARRMS provides program orientation to both mentor farmers and interns prior to start of internship. Internships can start any time after May 1 and go through October 15. Students returning to school in the fall can complete their internships in August. Interns will be paid a $225/week stipend for a 25-hour work week. Additional hours and pay may be worked out with the mentor farm. Interns will need a vehicle to get to and from work, and to be able to attend farm tours. Housing may be available. Applications are online and consist of a reference section and some short essay questions to determine your interests. Applications are due April 19, 2019. For more information, or to fill out an application, visit www.farrms.org/live. For questions, contact Heidi at hriddle@farrms.org.


Educational Opportunities: Mentor farms and ranches provide guidance and hands-on learning opportunities. FARRMS augments the internship experience with farm tours, book readings and discussions, a competency-based framework, and stipends.

Skills Desired: You bring enthusiasm, positive attitude, willingness to learn new methods, and commitment to work hard.FARRMS provides program orientation to both mentor farmers and interns prior to start of internship.

Meals: No, except on farm tours. Meals possibly worked out with host farm.

Stipend: Yes

Housing: Possible housing, depending on operation.

Preferred method of Contact: Email