February 25, 2019 @ 3:36 PM
Growing Hope is seeking an enthusiastic, hard-working person to join our team. This job is not a pure production position, and candidates must have an interest in inspiring, working with, and teaching community members about sustainable production and larger food system issues. The Urban Farm Assistant will be responsible for implementing Growing Hope’s annual farm plans and meeting farm production targets (including harvest for our farm shares, culinary programs and sales to wholesale buyers).
The Urban Farm Assistant is responsible for the management of the outdoor portions of our 1.4 acre property in the heart of Ypsilanti which includes the urban farm (including two hoophouses) and the surrounding grounds. This person will be ...
February 25, 2019 @ 3:33 PM
We are looking to hire a part-time Gleaning Coordinator. The main duties include gleaning from Grand Rapid's Fulton Street Farmers’ Market, distributing produce to individuals and partner agencies, developing and maintaining farmer and volunteer relations, and overseeing volunteers and interns. This is a part-time position that requires the employee to work approximately 10 hours per week, 22 weeks per year during the gleaning season (May - October). See http://www.heartsidegleaning.org/jobs.html for more details.
February 25, 2019 @ 3:29 PM
Fair wages, great team, free organic food, full time. Bluestem Farm in East Jordan, MI is hiring 2-3 paid field crew workers for the 2019 growing season. Now accepting applications online at bluestemfarm.net/work
About Bluestem Farm
Bluestem Farm is a year-round diversified organic farm in northern lower Michigan. If you’re using your left hand to picture it, we’re located in about in the fingernail of the ring finger. Our farm is made up of 80 acres of gardens, woods, and pastures, with about 9 acres in certified organic vegetable production. We also have four hoophouses that produce both summer and winter vegetables.
The core of our business is our ...
February 25, 2019 @ 1:47 AM
Urbandale Farm has been a successful model of urban agriculture for the past eight years and due to changes in the food system landscape in Lansing, and we seek a new vision for the next phase of the farm’s operation. The Lansing Urban Farm Project (LUFP) (501c3) is seeking an experienced farmer, farmers, or farm program to manage, develop, and conduct agricultural operations at Urbandale Farm, including growing produce for the local community while maintaining access to the farm for educational purposes. The selected applicant will enter into a negotiated, three-year, contractual agreement with LUFP, with the opportunity for renewal upon successful completion and mutual agreement.
LUFP, the farm’s parent organization, is ...