Position Description: The goal of this apprenticeship is to teach you how to grow food on a small-scale and to train you to run a profitable farm business. All aspects of the business will be experienced including planting seeds in the ground and green house, cultivation and weed maintenance, irrigation, harvesting and post-harvest handling and marketing and selling. Our interns should be people who aspire to someday own and run their own farm. This internship can also lead to full time positions or partnerships with Vida Verde Farm. Please send us an email introducing yourself and why you are interested in joining... Press the button below to find out more!
Position Description: Applications will be accepted October 15, 2019 - December 1, 2019. These apprenticeships are full-time, intensive education & professional training opportunities, 50-60 hours a week, varying with the demands of season, weather, plant and animal needs. The New Agrarian Program seeks applicants committed to lives in regenerative agriculture, enough experience to know what it takes to work on the land, and an excellent work ethic. Applicants must be motivated self-starters, have the ability to work independently, be prepared to work long days outside in variable conditions; be solid problem solvers; and embrace diversity and teamwork. The selected applicants will be... Press the button below to find out more!
Internship Starts: Apprenticeships run April 2020 Internship Ends: November 2020
Position Description: For the 2019 season, North Valley Organics is looking for two qualified individuals to join our team as Harvest Assistants to help on the farm during peak harvest season. Harvest Assistants will be included in all aspects of farm work including harvesting, marketing, planting, infrastructure work and farm planning. Both full-time and part-time applicants are welcome, with a minimum of 15 hours of work a week expected.
Internship Starts: August 12 Internship Ends: November 22
Position Description: Seeking eager & responsible individual or couple to work on small scale non-certified organic vegetable farm in exchange for housing, share of harvest. Regular tasks include all aspects of market farm operations: animal care (chickens & Donkey), planting, weeding, irrigation (traditional acequia flood irrigation), harvest, market, greeting guests etc. Approx 20 hours/week, more for couples. Must be available on Fridays & Saturdays. Experience preferred however training will be provided. Relevant references required. Ideal candidate is willing to manage farm autonomously for up to a week at a time (after proper training). Please have your own transportation- 4wd is ideal as... Press the button below to find out more!
Internship Starts: May 2019 Internship Ends: Oct 2019
Position Description: "4 days a week, on the farm, working markets on occasion. This opportunity is for people would could see themselves running their own farm, and learning how to do it profitably on leased land. You will see a farm in its second year, still learning and growing. You will be involved in almost all aspects of the farm and will be a vital crew member, with the opportunity to grow into a full-time employee in the future. Most importantly, we are looking to find somebody that is fun, passionate, and excited about life! We love farming and we love farming... Press the button below to find out more!
Farm Address: PO BOX 20
, New Mexico
Position Description: "Please see farm description. We envision an internship in the 2019 season for learning the ropes and getting to know each other, with stipend and some kind of housing, followed by hopefully long-term arrangements. When you apply, please send us a good long informational letter about your background, your experience, your ideas, your hopes, your thoughts , etc. .. I am an over-communicator and want to know about all that stuff. "
Position Description: "The goal of this apprenticeship is to teach you how to grow food on a small-scale and to train you to run a profitable farm business. All aspects of the business will be experienced including planting seeds in the ground and green house, cultivation and weed maintenance, irrigation, harvesting and post-harvest handling and marketing and selling. Our interns should be people who aspire to someday own and run their own farm. This internship can also lead to full time positions or partnerships with Vida Verde Farm. Please send us an email introducing yourself and why you are interested in joining... Press the button below to find out more!
Farm Address: PO Box 376
, New Mexico
Position Description: "The apprentice at Ranney Ranch will work primarily with Melvin Johnson in day-to-day operations and on infrastructure improvements and with Nancy Ranney on longer-term marketing and planning. Both are deeply committed to mentoring the next generation of ranchers in sound ecological and business practices geared towards the overall resilience of Southwestern grasslands and the communities who steward them. <br><br> Melvin Johnson is a fourth generation New Mexico rancher. He and his wife, Esther, came to the Ranney Ranch in 1984 and raised their four children here. Melvin has served on his local Soil and Water Conservation board for 20 years... Press the button below to find out more!
Position Description: "Triangle P offers this apprenticeship to mentor young ranchers in range-based management practices, preparing them to manage ranches profitably, without a heavy dependence on fossil fuels, vehicles and other equipment, or supplemental feed. Emphasis is placed on the development of strong stockmanship skills and the ability to understand and manage cattle and rangeland resources carefully and efficiently. <br><br> The apprentice will also have opportunities to learn important skills for self-sufficient living including handling, training and shoeing horses, harnessing and driving draft horse teams, milking cows, butchering livestock, leatherworking, building fences and corrals, welding, maintaining water systems, repairing vehicles, and myriad... Press the button below to find out more!
Position Description: "We are seeking interns for the summer growing season - beginning in late May and running through mid August. Responsibilities: Under the supervision of the Farm Coordinator, engage in all growing activities, including bed preparation, planting, weeding, harvesting, irrigation and other miscellaneous tasks. Interns will tend to the chicken flock, including opening and closing each workday, making sure food and water is available, and collecting eggs. One day each week, an intern will take full responsibility for all farm operations one day to allow time off for other team members. All staff are expected to communicate in a clear and... Press the button below to find out more!
Farm Address: PO Box 255
, New Mexico
Position Description: "There are opportunities in gardening, animal husbandry, beekeeping, retail, alternative building styles like strawbale construction and bottle walls, along with traditional skills like welding. There are also opportunities in apothecary and community engagement. "
Farm Address: 03A Camino de Paz
, New Mexico
Position Description: "We are looking for 2 farm interns for the summer season and beyond into the school year (May/June, 2018 to May/June 2019). This is a unique opportunity to be involved in all aspects of an organic farm and goat dairy. Tasks include supporting the farm manager in seeding, growing, harvesting, bed preparation, weed and pest management. Tasks related to the goat dairy include feeding, animal care, fencing and gate repair, milking, pen cleaning, and implementing rotational pastures. Our farm is integrated with a Montessori middle and high school. This means that you will often be working with young adolescents ??""... Press the button below to find out more!
Position Description: "We are looking for someone who wants to do and learn everything on the farm that we do. Daily chores that involve animal care and greenhouse operations, as well as market sales and farm promotion. Its a 30 hour a week position. You can check us out on Instagram @simplerevolutionfarm "
Internship Starts: "Negotiable, the growing season starts in February"
Internship Ends: "Negotiable, the season ends in November"
Position Description: "For the 2018 season, we are looking for two qualified individuals to join our team as our Assistant Farmer and Apprentice Farmer. Applicants for the Assistant Farmer position are expected to have previous experience working in agriculture. Assistant Farmers will work 30 - 35 hours a week in exchange for a $300/week, unlimited farm produce for personal use, and a plot of land for personal use or sales at the farmer's market. Apprentice Farmers will work 18 - 22 hours a week in exchange for a $200/week stipend and access to farm produce. "
Position Description: "This holistic orchard management apprenticeship is an eight-month, professional training opportunity targeted at beginning agrarians committed to a life and career at the intersection of conservation and regenerative agriculture. The apprenticeship includes hands-on experience in all aspects of running a successful tree nursery, including the following: </br></br> Basic soil science geared toward healthy, productive soils and high-yielding plants</br> Recognizing the difference between beneficial plants and weeds, and between insects and pests</br> Planting bareroot trees in fabric root bags</br> Weed control strategies be forewarned, we do a ton of hand weeding! </br> Bench and bud grafting </br> Tree pruning</br> Tree fruit... Press the button below to find out more!
Farm Address: Po Box 834
, New Mexico
Position Description: "The selected intern will receive experience in herd management, milk production, sales, marketing and production. Average work week is 40 hours. Some weeks vary and you might work less while other weeks deman more hours. We believe in working with nature. During kidding season we all put in extra hours to take care of the new baby goats and the freshened milking does.. The intern will received days off, room and board and weekly pay. Interns should have a valid drivers license and a good driving record. Most farm vehicles are standard transmission. <br><br> Interns will assist staff in:<br> Primary... Press the button below to find out more!
Farm Address: 218 Camino la Tiera
, New Mexico
Position Description: Tuesday through Saturday 40-50 hours/week. <br> Wednesdays and part days on Fridays will have responsibilities of running a harvest on your own. <br> Saturdays we will be at the Santa Fe Farmers Market.
Farm Address: 218 Camino La Tierra
, New Mexico
Position Description: "<br>Looking for two interns that are interested in learning the basics of organic based growing. The Rooted Leaf is a unique garden/farm as we are working under the umbrella of "chef/farmer" "restaurant/farm" growing and relationship. <br><br> Looking for 3-4 days a week of work (25-30 hours a week). preferred 6 months, 3 months minimum. "
Farm Address: PO Box 541
, New Mexico
Position Description: "The intern will be helping with all aspects of running our farm. This includes spring field preparation, compost building, greenhouse production, direct seeding, transplanting, weeding, harvesting and delivering weekly CSA shares and selling at farmers market one day per week."
Farm Address: 8917 4th Street
, New Mexico
Position Description: "You will learn all aspects of small-scale organic farming. From seeding, transplanting, watering, weeding, harvesting, washing, packing and selling...to field planning and managing a successful business. <br /><br /> This is a demanding, yet fun and rewarding internship (and way of life)! Some days the weather will be stunning; other days it will be absolutely awful. You are expected to show up on time and work hard regardless of the circumstances. Most of the time your work week will be from Monday - Friday, but there will be times when you are asked to stay late and/or work on the... Press the button below to find out more!