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Position Description:
"A totally immersive farming position that includes: planting, seeding, harvesting, weeding, packing up for market, cultivating beds, livestock management, crop schedule management, and prepping for events on the farm."

Position Description:
"Round Right Farm is seeking an Assistant Farm Manager. This is a full-time, year-round position, starting at $12/hr. On-farm housing in a one bedroom house, including utilities, is included. "

Position Description:
"The Sprouting Farms Apprenticeship is designed for individuals with a solid foundation of farm knowledge and skills; those who are looking to deepen their experience managing a successful farm business; and those with a goal of running their own farm enterprise. The majority of the apprenticeship will be focused on experiential learning, or learning by doing. Apprentices will be asked to apply diverse agriculture theories and practices, collect and analyze data, and use their findings to adapt and strengthen their final business plan."

Position Description:
"Working on the farm requires the physical capability to contribute daily in a rigorous, fast-paced agricultural setting. Farm work offers an incredibly rewarding and demanding work environment and life experience. Interns must be prepared and willing to work in all weather conditions, scorching heat or pouring rain or biting frost. We work 10 hour days (typically 8am to 6pm), Monday through Friday and one half day on Saturday or Sunday. Internship begins in April and ends in November. Please consider this commitment before applying. "

Position Description:
"Working alongside an experienced, creative thinking farmer provides opportunity for experiential learning. Greenhouse, field work and light tractor work. Training provided for all aspects of seeding, weeding, bed prep, watering and marketing. "

Position Description:
"Learn how to operate a certified Organic farm, seed starting, transplanting, succession planning, accounting/bookkeep and OSP record maintenance. "

Position Description:
"Work on a sustainable farm for the duration of the summer. Serve as an apprentice taking on every increasing responsibilities as skills develop. Help with horticulture, sheep and alpaca shepherding and care of chickens. We are looking for young people who are serious about developing marketable skills in sustainable agriculture and build a solid resume with letters of recommendation to apply to future jobs or educational opportunities."

Position Description:
"Our main goal as mentors is to prepare our apprentices with the skills required to run a diversified farm and to demonstrate approaches that lead to success. By following our farming season from beginning to end, apprentices acquire the skills required to start their own farm. These include farming skills, as well as business and leadership skills. Learning takes place through a combination of hands on experience, intellectual-philosophical discussion and study. "

Position Description:
"Hard work, face-to-face in the community, and hands-in-the-dirt experience are direct pathways to personal growth. Our aim is to equip you with the skills necessary to initiate community-based food and health initiatives, while increasing your own self-reliance. Our internships will be hard work, and we will depend on your good work and dedication to meet our various program goals. We will be depending on you to complete assigned work activities, while being involved in all aspects of local food production and sales, including: -Work at rural and urban farm sites, including seeding, transplanting, weeding, thinning, and harvesting. Rain or shine!...

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