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Around the Table Farm
20322 Pugh Rd NE
Poulsbo, WA 98370

Contact: Dana Steege-Jackson

Phone: 360-473-8379

Email: aroundthetablefarm@gmail.com

Website: http://www.aroundthetablefarm.com

Last Updated: 08-02-2018

General Description: We are a horse-powered small-scale vegetable, berry and flower farm. We are located between Seattle and the Olympic mountains on Kitsap Peninsula. We sell at 2 markets, through a CSA, online outlet and farmstand. We are a family farm with 2 fun farm kids. We are interested in education and expanding opportunities for new farmers. We encourage people of color and LGBTQ folks to apply. ASL and Spanish friendly.

Internship Starts: 08-01-2018
Internship Ends: 10-31-2018
Number of Interns: 2
App Deadline: asap
Minimum Length of Stay: August to October

Meals: You are responsible for your own meals, though we will probably share meals often. You are entitled to all you can eat from the farm during the season.

Skills Desired: We would love to see someone interested in draft horses as well as veggie and flower production. You need to be able to do 40 hours of physical labor every week for 7 months. We would like someone with some farm experience, but related experience is ok. You need to work well with others, know how to cook and housekeep for yourself, be willing to work with animals and pay attention to details. You will not be expected to babysit, but you need to like kids as they work with us full time (1 and 4 yrs old). Couples are welcome to apply--one full time, one part time. Please submit a cover letter, resume and 3 references.

Educational Opportunities: This internship will provide the opportunity to gain all the skills necessary to running your own farm. You will get to participate in all aspects! Learn by doing, asking, listening, watching. You will receive WSU continuing education credits through a shared intern education program in Kitsap County. In addition, you have the opportunity to learn about draft horses and flower design. Then, on your time off, enjoy Seattle, the Olympic National Park, the coast...

Stipend: $500 per month (more DOE), LNI coverage, housing and farm food

Housing: Housing provided. You will enjoy a newly-constructed, roomy loft above the timber frame barn with it's own kitchen and composting toilet. Shower available in the bathhouse. There is ample room for guests. Many area farms have interns and there is usually a good group who gets together regularly.

Preferred method Of Contact: Email

Internship Details: We are excited to offer an apprenticeship opportunity for those interested in farming sustainably with draft horse power. You will see a working, financially viable veggie/flower/berry direct marketing farm that uses horse and human power. Come out of your internship ready to start your own business. You will participate in everything from field prep to planting to weeding to harvesting and prep to sales. We also do market and event flowers, so flower production and design will be part of the curriculum. Classes on other subjects will be offered through our cooperative intern education program with other area farms and WSU. You will visit most of the farms in the county during your time.


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