We are seeking graphic designers to add to our list!
Please provide us with
How much time avail/ quick turnaround possibility rating:
Website/ links to previous work:
Email us back at: firstname.lastname@example.org
- 1-2 years of retail experience
- Strong interpersonal skills, clean, positive, great work ethic
Knowledge of sustainable agriculture, ability to communicate ‘ on message’ the goals of the Maine Sail Freight project, for days on end, engaging the public in a discourse about the future of our more regional farm economy
High level of enthusiasm and self-motivation
Ability to prioritize and manage time effectively
Flexible work schedule, including weekend and holiday availability.
Ability to lift and move product weighing up to 30 pounds
Neil Young’s “The Monsanto Years” tour kicks off today! The Greenhorns are joining the tour and we are looking for representatives for each show. You will join an “Activist Village” of other environmental and agricultural groups spreading the movement all across the country!
Interested in volunteering? Email email@example.com
Please include your name, contact information, involvement in farming, and why you think you should be picked to represent the Greenhorns and get a FREE TICKET!
We have tickets available for all the shows, but we really could use more people in Lincoln, Nebraska, Cincinnati, Ohio, Clarkston, Michigan, and Camden, New Jersey, and Great Woods, Massachusetts. See dates and details below.
We also have tickets to auction to cover the cost of going on tour.
Check out the link here and spread the word!
Tour Dates and Locations
Sunday, July 5th, Summerfest, Marcus Amphitheatre, Milwaukee, WI- no volunteering, just tickets for auction
Wednesday, July 8th, Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Denver, CO
Thursday, July 9th, Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Denver, CO
Saturday, July 11th, Pinnacle Bank Arena, Lincoln, Nebraska
Monday, July 13th, Riverbend Music Center, Cincinnati, Ohio
Tuesday, July 14th, DTE Energy Music Theatre, Clarkston, MI
Thursday, July 16th, Susquehanna Bank Center, Camden, NJ
Friday, July 17th, Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, Bethel, NY
Sunday, July 19th, Champlain Valley Exposition, Essex Junction, VT
Tuesday, July 21st, Jones Beach, Wantagh, NY
Wednesday, July 22nd, Xfinity Center, Great Woods, MA
Looking for a Greenhorn near washington D.C. who’s good at taking photos. We need some photos taken ( that look nice) of the National Grange, of its facade, its entry, and hopefully also the wall hangings and ” grange paraphernalia”.
We’ve been taking pictures of each of the small granges we visit, in order to make a display and we’d like to include the national building.
We’re also hoping that others of you who have an active Grange Hall in your town can let us know about whats going on there, and put us in touch with the point person. That way we can continue to organize the Grange Future tour, and oral history projects.
Here is a link to the oral histories we’ve already posted on the site .
Please email AUDREY BERMAN firstname.lastname@example.org.
Things are moving fast and furious in the Greenhorns basement kitchen.
Yes, we have many projects. We have about sixteen pots on the stove, some on a copper bottomed double boiler with wise, experienced cooks, some with only a thrift-store aluminum pot, half-watched by young interns. Its a loud kitchen! And there is hot strawberry jam on the tips of all our noses. All of us are working within our own social networks to find the various and multiple skills we need to carry out each grassroots media project, from web-skills, to cinematography, to audio, to graphics, to animations, to fulfillment… It takes this many cooks, and all their friends and former art-school room-mates to pull off this feast.
Hello upper midwest/Michigander Greenhorns,
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
Dear Loyal blog readers.
The Greenhorns are looking for a few more helpers to man the booth with us at Common Ground Fair this year. Helpers needed for Friday and Saturday; send your info to email@example.com if you want in!
for this year’s Common Ground Country Fair in Unity, Maine. This is an important event for Greenhorns and we need a few dedicated volunteers to help represent us.
Volunteers will help us run the booth, answer questions about Greenhorns, network with other organizations and enjoy the one of the best organic farming gatherings in the country.
If you are interested, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know which day(s) you would like to volunteer. Your admission to the fair will be covered. Volunteers must make their own travel and sleeping arrangements.
Looking forward to hearing from a few of you who want to attend!
If you are interested:
Wearing clean, un-ripped clothes without brand-logos, get yourself to the venue (train accessible!) by noon, work the day with us 12-6pm. We’ll be driving back up the Adirondacks that night, so we can offer you a ride north, but not south, so please figure out your own travel plans IN ADVANCE. Email email@example.com.
Looking forward to hearing from a few of you who want to attend!
Where are all the agricultural wiki-ists?