The Tahoe Food Hub (TFH) is a non-profit organization that is galvanizing the North Lake Tahoe community to create a sustainable, regional and equitable food system. By educating our community on the environmental, economic and social health benefits we can work together to increase the security of our Sierra foodshed.
The work of the Local Foods Coordinator strengthens the food system throughout our mountainous region by assisting farmers, growing the local food economy, and preserving its rich agricultural heritage.
The Farm to School (F2S) Coordinator will work as an integral part of Food Roots programming. Under the direction of the Executive Director, the F2S Coordinator will be responsible for daily implementation of Food Roots Farm to School program and include ongoing program development, implementation, evaluation, and include some program budget management. The F2S Coordinator will work closely with the ED, Community Food Programs Coordinator, FoodCorps and Americorps VISTA members.
This is a new position for someone who would work in all aspects of farming, but specifically with the chef who is canning our produce for sale at farmers markets and at farm stands.
Approx 15 hours a week, and will be paid a stipend of $100/week. We will start off with our strawberry crop, then move to peaches, and end up with tomatoes and figs. We are also looking to establish a line of dried herbs.
WASHINGTON (March 28, 2016) – Cultivating the next generation of farmers and ranchers to carry on the legacy of American agriculture is the main focus of the National Farmers Union (NFU) Beginning Farmer Institute. NFU encourages new farmers, starting an operation of any size, to apply for the 2016-17 program class.
Through sessions hosted in Washington D.C. and California, the program’s hands-on training emphasizes many of the challenges beginning farmers may face in their careers, such as business planning, access to capital, land acquisition, marketing, and more.
Bay Area residents preferred since this position will need to be filled as soon as possible.
Lead Gardener wanted for Small Eco-Minded Landscaping Company
We are looking for Lead Gardener approx. 4 days a week. Mon-Friday--8:30am to 3:30 or 4:30pm (end time is approximate).
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Hiring 2 Summer Youth Program Team Leaders!
Common Good City Farm seeks two well-rounded individuals with youth development backgrounds to help lead our fifth annual SYP. The SYP Team Leaders are responsible for implementing all aspects of the 6-week Summer Youth Program under the direction of the Executive Director and with the support of the Farm Manager. This position requires dedication and skill in connecting with youth from diverse backgrounds, creativity, flexibility and commitment to the mission of CGCF. The position is 30 hours/week for 7 weeks.
SAgE Sammamish Valley Student Farm in Woodinville, WA is offering experiential skill-based education in Sustainable Agriculture. Interns have the opportunity to participate in varying aspects of a working organic farm. The farm is located within a vibrant, diverse agricultural community, 19 miles from downtown Seattle.
Land’s Sake seeks an Assistant Educator with a flexible schedule. The person in this position must be able to work from 10 to 30 hours per week through November, with seven weeks of full time work in the summer. Occasional nights and weekends are required in this position. The Assistant Educator will be responsible for assisting with farm-based education programs for schools, after-school programs, events, tours, family programs, and summer programs, and outreach programs.
Assistant Educator will also act as the Green Power Leader during the summer.
Farm Crew Members
The Neighborhood Farm is a 5 acre, all natural vegetable farm on the Dover/ Medfield line. We lease land from The Trustees and grow produce for farmers markets, our farmers market CSA and several restaurants.
We are seeking full time crew members interested in working on a small family farm operation. Crew members will work on all aspects of vegetable, herb and flower production and harvesting including, planting, weeding, irrigation, greenhouse work, harvest, washing, packing and selling at farmers' markets.