Greenhorns is hiring for ¾ time project manager, office-master, and head of house position in Essex, NY! Come experience Summer + Fall in the beautiful Adirondacks! To learn more about the job duties, qualifications, environment and how to apply, click HERE!
Such as this job, at one of our favorite farms – Juniper Hill in Westport, NY. Other places to look include MOFGA (Maine), PASA (Pennsylvania) and nation sites like Good Food Jobs (which we partner with).
This is a 9-12 month position depending on candidate. Work involves harvesting and processing of vegetables, including washing, trimming and packing for wholesale and CSA customers.
The perfect candidate is:
- Highly motivated,
- Detail oriented,
- Good humored
- Good communicator
- Must be able to lift 50lb-75lb crates.
New Agrarian Program apprenticeships
Other Great Opportunities
Please note, the opportunities listed below are not through the Quivira Coalition; if you would like more information on any of them, please look for the appropriate contact information for each opportunity below…
Working Ranch Manager Opportunity (Colorado): Seeking working manager for large-scale bison, cattle operation in Colorado. Knowledge of livestock highly important, but bison not. Looking for an experienced ranch person with an open mind to new and old ideas. Conservation of all resources, natural and non is important, as is: prioritization, planning, communication, people, working knowledge of mechanics, horsemanship, planned grazing. Job entails working with a large group of partners and coordination with the guest services arm (no direct management of ranch guests). Please submit resume, and a short narrative of what is important to you in life (this is personal, not professional) to email@example.com. Position open until filled.
We’re looking for two people for key roles within the greenhorns universe! An Episode Editor/Line Producer for OUR LAND and an office manager/project manager for Greenhorns HQ. Read on for full descriptions of each position, and for how to apply.
First up, Episode Editor/Line Producer for OUR LAND.
This is a position for a talented editor to cut and line-produce 10, short episodes(5-12 minutes) for the series OUR LAND. These episodes have been shot in the past 2 years across 12 states by cinematographers Jordan Kinley and Ben Stechshulte. Our wonderful intern Meg Bantle spent the entire summer cutting selects and doing transcriptions for the 160 hours of footage. We have laid out the 12, multi-character episodes into spreadsheets. We have cut 4 teaser videos that you can watch on our website. The per-editing episode budget is $2,300 and requires you to come to Essex, New York.
Included in this job is all organic and local food and a big room to sleep in our large Adirondack lakeside headquarters, plus a barter of half a pig — a chest freezer full of home-grown Smithereen Farm organic Pork. We all eat from Essex Farm, a horse-powered CSA .We have a full editing suite with all the drives ready to go, and already backed up. We’ve learned that each episode takes a full week of intense work, roughly 80 hours. Ideally we talk and negotiate soon, let you look at the footage, and we start on either Jan 2nd or January 30th. Then we jump right into the work and go on for 6-10 week stretch. Continue reading
Lakeside School is looking for a Biodynamic farmer to sub-let farmland with an interest in establishing an affiliation with our school as a farm educator.
Lakeside School is located at the Black Kettle Farm in Essex, New York and the farm is a 230 acre organic Wild Farm located between Lake Champlain and the Adirondack Mountains. Lakeside School is a developing member of the Waldorf Early Childhood Association of North America.
Dear Blog Readers,
For many years now, we have posted job opportunities for young farmers around the country. While it has been a blast to see firsthand the incredible opportunities that are out there, the sheer number of jobs that come through our inbox has become more than we can handle. That’s a good thing, of course, especially for our job-seeking readers. To simplify and optimize the experience for job seekers and job posters, we’ve formalized our friendship with the good folks at Good Food Jobs so that Greenhorns Blog readers can post on their targeted site.
Good Food Jobs is an online job search specifically designed to link people looking for meaningful food work with the organizations that need their energy, enthusiasm, and intellect (note that there is an editorial policy stating that jobs must pertain to sustainable food and/or food culture).
Although they post various food related positions (think working with farms, food artisans, education, economics, politics, purveyors, retail, restaurants, and more), their audience of over 35,000 active users come back again and again looking for agricultural opportunities. We think it means great things for the future of food, and we’re excited to use their great platform for the (more than we can handle) job postings that come through greenhorns blog.
The Good Fooders created a free trial code specifically for The Greenhorns and also a button for job seekers on the Greenhorns blog so we don’t lose the action.. click HERE, register with their site, and use the promo code trialgreen at checkout. Your posting will be 100% free. In the early stages of this relationship, we will post weekly roundups of farm jobs that they have listed here on our blog as well. Continue reading
We are seeking an experienced orchardist to manage our newly planted cider apple orchard in Gardiner, NY. Ideal applicant will have experience with creating, managing and executing pest and disease management schedules, crew organization, harvesting and fruit handling. Biodynamic/biointensive and cider fruit experience a huge plus. Position is part-time to begin (but could be full time for the right candidate) and pay is commensurate with experience. Off-season employment is possible.
Johnson’s Backyard Garden is an organic CSA farm located in Austin, TX. We grow over 30 different types of vegetables year round on 190 acres and sell them through our CSA, at all the Austin farmers markets and to local restaurants and grocery stores in Austin. We are currently hiring for our tomato packing crew. This is a seasonal position with full time hours. We are hiring ASAP. This position will last until the end of the tomato harvest which is typically at the beginning of August in Austin. The hours vary but work usually starts early around daylight and 10-11 hour days are normal. The pay is $9.00/hour plus a weekly share of organic vegetables ($33.00 value) and bonus pay of $1.00 per total hours worked for those completing the full season. Duties include washing, sorting and packing tomatoes at our farm location 10 minutes outside of downtown Austin. We are looking for fast-paced, detail-oriented hard-workers who can work in the heat and maintain a positive attitude. Successful candidates must be dependable and have reliable transportation. Must be able to lift 50 lbs repeatedly and experience driving a forklift is preferred but not required. If interested, please send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Around the world, a new generation of farmers and practitioners of regenerative agriculture are redefining our relationship with the land and are producing healthy, nutrient-dense food. In this spirit, Bio-Logical Capital seeks to train and develop the next generation of sustainable Hawai’i farmers who will impact local food production, regenerate damaged soil, and improve the overall health of the land and the people it feeds.
Bio-Logical Capital is a land investment, development, and conservation company that operates a small-diversified farm in Kula. Farm operations include bio-intensively managed fruit and vegetable crops, orchards, and the creation of a variety of value-add products. The goals of the farm are to build living soil, produce nutrient-dense food, implement innovative practices, and create a beautiful, diverse, productive landscape that will become a standard for an international brand of “beyond-organic” products.
Success on the farm is dependent on building a strong local team and we are searching for farmers, with varying levels of experience, who can demonstrate a strong work ethic and enthusiastic focus on our farm’s long-term health and productivity. Continue reading
via the Quivera Coalition.
Applications due this Friday.
The Battery Conservancy is seeking an enthusiastic individual with significant farming experience to assist in running Battery Urban Farm in The Battery, the public park at the southern tip of Manhattan.
Battery Urban Farm, an educational project of The Battery Conservancy, is the first farm on this site since the Dutch planted theirs in 1625. Now in its third season, Battery Urban Farm is engaging elementary, middle, and high school students, as well as local community groups and individuals, in a hands-on experience of organic farming on one acre of parkland. Our vegetables, herbs, and cut flowers are donated to school cafeterias and used in our summer Farm Share.
Download the full job description HERE
Great opportunity for a greenhorn chef!
Sheepscot General Store is looking for a cook who is creative and excited about fresh food. Someone who is fast paced and ready to build systems to make a farm kitchen efficient and profitable. We are asking this person to learn the current system and then add to it. The vision for Sheepscot General’s food is to be healthy, affordable and highlight the farm or local farms. Ingredients are to be natural (not necessarily certified organic) we don’t use GMOs, MSG, high fructose corn syrup, etc. We strive to provide what our market demands; nutrient dense, fresh, satisfying, simple, affordable food from a one-of-a-kind atmosphere. Check out our website www.sheepscotgeneral.com ON SITE HOUSING AVAILABLE
The Rodear Initiative (RI) is a pilot project for an innovative management system designed to improve the health, diversity, and productivity of public and private rangelands in the Northern Rockies. The RI is working in partnership with Keystone Conservation and other project partners. Project operations are conducted on a National Forest summer grazing allotment outside of McAllister, MT.
The Range Technician/Rider will be a contract, full-time, seasonal early June and ending in mid October, with the potential to become permanent seasonal. The position may be filled by an individual or couple.
Download the full position description HERE