Ideal Candidates are:
• Reliable and courteous. Willing to see this farm as a home and treat it as such.
• Experience in physical, fast paced environments: i.e. Farming, Construction, or Food Service
• Good people with solid foundations. We are not only concerned with what you know, but more
importantly who you are, and why you want to be here.
• In good physical condition; farming requires endurance.
o Regularly squatting, bending, and crouching, awkwardly at times.
o Lifting, and carrying up to 50 lbs., or more with the help of others.
o Pulling, prying, chopping, raking, shoveling, and forking with hand tools.
• Able to be effective and focused in all weather conditions.
o Expect to be cold, hot, wet, and/or dry at times. Wind, snow, rain, bugs, and plenty of
sunshine and blue sky should also be anticipated. As well as brilliant sunrises and occasional
moments of awe inspired by the beauty of nature.
• Comfortable with self-reporting personal or work-related issues that are affecting, or are being
affected, by your time with us. We are always willing to talk.
• Self-directed when needed, yet comfortable being part of, and working with, a team.
• Responsive, with strong communication skills and a drive for personal development.
• Flexible. We strive to communicate clearly and do our best to plan ahead. However, we may need to
change short term plans to account for variables like weather or timing.
Duties and Responsibilities:
• Keep yourself and those around you safe, while maintaining a professional work environment.
• Daily work includes but is not limited to: handling small seeds for sowing, field and greenhouse prep,
transplanting, cultivation, trellising, crop/pest monitoring, harvesting, washing, sorting, and
distributing produce, applying soil amendments, mowing, working with volunteers, interacting with
shareholders, attending to farm-stands and pickups, and record keeping.