Positions: Regenerative orchard help - starts asap!
Farm: Sweet Earth Farm
Eligibility: 30 or younger
Location: Earltown/Tatamagouche/Truro, Nova Scotia
Housing: on-farm housing may be available, if needed
CERTIFIED ORGANIC ORCHARD AND REGENERATIVE FARMING
If you are hardworking, enjoy being outdoors and are interested in organic and regenerative agriculture – we invite you to apply!
Sweet Earth Farm is a small family-owned farm with a 10-acre organic haskap orchard and mixed pastured livestock (chickens, pigs and cattle). As much as practical, we implement regenerative agriculture methods, including rotational grazing, living mulch, no-till, diverse plantings, etc. Our farm comprises about 60 acres of pasture and 130 acres of woodlot, with trails, brooks/river and beautiful scenery.
We are hiring a youth to work with us in our orchard. Candidates must be Canadian citizens and be 30 years old or younger and have a current Canadian drivers license. No exceptions. Preference will be given to those with farming experience. No smokers please.
Applicants must be
Compensation will be between $13.35 and $15/hr (based on age and experience) for approximately 35 to 40 hours per week.
There is one position available - starting asap and continuing until the end of August 26. There may be opportunity to work beyond this date, depending on your performance and interest.
If you are interested this position, please email a cover letter and resume to email@example.com, subject: “job application”. Feel free to describe any additional skills that you think would be an asset to our farm and specify your preferred time frame.
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Current status: Open/apply now. Date posted: May 21 2022 ID: 62489