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Spring Creek Farm

Contact information
Farm Address:
6312 Meetinghouse Rd
New Hope, Pennsylvania , 18938

Primary Contact: Mikhail Zhiltsov
Primary Phone:
    Type:
Cell
    Number: 8568340411
    Email: info@springcreekfarm.com

Website: http://springcreekfarm.com/

Internship information
General Farm Description: Spring Creek Farm is situated on 125 acres of rolling farmland with a spring-fed stream in Solebury Township, Bucks County, PA. As an all-natural, regenerative farm we are committed to supplying the local community with fresh produce of the highest quality and nutrition while simultaneously restoring the natural ecology of the land. 2020 marks the first year for the operation of the CSA at Spring Creek. We are aiming to launch with about 60 members, supplying a variety of vegetables weekly from June to October to members and local produce outlets. The farm also produces certified organic eggs and limited amounts of grass-fed / grass-finished beef available to our customers. Additional fields will be opened to vegetable and crop production as natural fertility is expanded. Join us in making a difference in our community, our soil, and our food.

CRAFT Member Farm? No

Internship Starts: 04-01-2020 or 05-15-2020
Internship Ends: 08-15-2020 or 10-31-2020
Number of Internship Available: 2
Application Deadline: Until positions are filled
Minimum Length of Stay: 3 months

Internship Details:

Our Interns are a vital part of the farm operation and can expect to be involved in all aspects of planting, greenhouse work, field production, harvesting, and distribution. The duties of this position are in support of the vegetable production operation on the farm, and working with livestock is not required. Applicants need to be fit, able to work independently and as a team, and live a healthy lifestyle. Interns are encouraged to both contribute their own knowledge and learn skills in seed planting, cultivation and weed management, production methods, crop planning, and pest and disease management. We look forward to working and learning with you side by side. Opportunities for advancement may be available.


Educational Opportunities: Interns will have the opportunity to learn first-hand how to execute all natural bio-intensive vegetable production strategy for a CSA and markets. There will also be opportunities to tour other sustainable farming operations in the region.

Skills Desired: Prior experience in farming is helpful, but not required. An enthusiasm for small scale organic vegetable production is desired.

Meals: Produce is provided from the farm. Interns are encouraged to preserve surplus produce as it becomes available. Interns are responsible for their own cooking.

Stipend: $1,000/ month plus on-farm housing

Housing: On-farm communal housing in a historic barn apartment with modern living amenities.

Preferred method of Contact: Email or Phone