Organic Vegetable Gardener and Educator
Community GroundWorks is looking for an experienced organic vegetable gardener, garden designer, and garden educator who is ready to move our young vegetable landscaping business forward. The FarmWorks Manager will manage all aspects of the business from design and install to classes and products. She or he will also work closely with the Troy Community Farm Director and staff on various farm projects, large and small.
Please see the complete job description and application information at http://www.communitygroundworks.org/jobs
About Madison FarmWorks, Troy Community Farm, and Community GroundWorks
Madison FarmWorks is an off-shoot business of Troy Community Farm. Madison FarmWorks provides training, design, install, and maintenance services to urban vegetable gardeners as well as a small variety of hard-to-find organic gardening products. Troy Community Farm grows certified organic produce on Madison’s Northside and is the city’s first urban farm, serving 190 CSA members, an on-site farm stand, and several grocery stores. The focus for both of these businesses is high quality and volume organic vegetable production using hand-scale techniques and limited spaces. Both businesses also train farmers and gardeners.
The farm is a program of the non-profit organization Community GroundWorks. The mission of Community GroundWorks is to connect individuals with urban agricultural and natural lands within a diverse learning community. We grow wholesome and organic food for local tables, steward urban natural areas, inspire healthful eating, and offer hands-on opportunities for learning. By teaching what we practice, we provide the skills to build enduring communities. On the ground, Community GroundWorks stewards the 26 acres of Troy Gardens including the 5-acre farm as well as 4 acres of community gardens, 4 acres of restored prairie, a kids’ garden, natural areas, and walking trails. Community GroundWorks also runs the Goodman Youth Farm.
For more information on Community GroundWorks, please visit our website at www.communitygroundworks.org.