Farm Apprentice, paid

General Description: Carversville Farm Foundation is a non-profit farm that combines ecological regeneration and agricultural production to serve our environment as well as our community. We currently distribute our farm products to soup kitchens and food pantries in the greater Philadelphia area to help improve access to wholesome, locally grown foods. We are in the early stages of creating a diversified farm with intensive cover cropping, multi- species grazing, and vegetable, fruit and mushroom production.

Farm Manager, other positions

Tahoma Farms is a 40-acre certified organic vegetable farm located on the fertile banks of the Puyallup River.  Our farm has been in production since 2009, and is part of a 100-acre conservation easement held by the PCC Farmland Trust that ensures our farm will always be a farm in organic production.  We grow a wide variety of mostly cool climate vegetables and berries.  Three- quarters of what we produce goes directly to our sister company, Terra Organics ( for distribution to homes and businesses in the Puget Sound region.

Field / Harvest Manager

Blue Fox Farm is hiring a Field/Harvest Manager starting Feb. 2016. This is a long term position.

We currently have 30 acres of certified organic vegetables in production in the Applegate Valley of southern Oregon. We sell at local area farmers markets, restaurants, and are largely focused on wholesale sales to grocery stores and a few organic distributors.

The Field Manager would be in charge of several duties which include but are not limited to:

Field Work

Organizing and managing weekly field transplants and direct seeding.

Program Instructor Intern

Internship Starts: February 29th, 2016

Internship Ends:  August 19th, 2016

Number of Positions: 1

Minimum Age Requirement: 21

Application Deadline: open until filled


Internship Description:

The Youth Garden Project (YGP) is a non-profit organization in Moab, UT with the mission of cultivating healthy children, families, and community through educational programs and the profound act of connecting people with food from seed to table.


Assistant Grower

The Community School Farm, a 2 ½ acre, vegetable farm using organic practices in South Tamworth, NH, is seeking an Assistant Grower for the 2016 season. Our farm employs a full-time, year-round Farm Manager who oversees our growing, planning, and marketing throughout the year. Work is plentiful during our main growing season and the Assistant Grower is an essential part of making things run during this busy time. Our farm is a part of The Community School, a non- sectarian, co-educational day school serving 30 students in grades 6 to 12.


Organic Vegetable Field Manager

The Seed Farm, a nonprofit organization based in Emmaus, PA is accepting applications for a year-round Field Manager position for its 42 acre property.

Applications will be accepted until a suitable candidate is hired. Position is to start as soon as possible. See  job description below.


Position Title: Field Manager

Reports to: Program Director

Location: Emmaus, PA


About The Seed Farm:

Assistant Farm Manager and Interns

The Lord’s Acre grows food and gives it away but exists to put itself out of business. In order to get there, our goal is to grow food and community in order to eliminate hunger. We are known for thinking deeply about our work and for growing 9 – 11 tons per acre annually of fresh organic produce that we distribute locally through four very different sites: at the local food pantry where we run a beautiful market table, at a share market where we run a produce stand, at a pay-what-you-can-if-you-can weekly meal and to a culinary training program for those with barriers to employment.   

Garden Manager and Permaculture Educator

Pickards Mountain Eco-Institute is currently seeking a qualified part-time Permaculture Educator & Garden Manager to join our team. This person ideally has a background in sustainable and organic farm management, a desire to share their knowledge and experience farming with others, a deep love for the natural world, and should feel aligned with the mission of PMEI. The garden manager will work closely with other PMEI staff, and will be under the direct supervision of the Executive Director.