The Massachusetts chapter of the Northeast Organic Farming Association. NOFA/Mass welcomes everyone who cares about food, where it comes from and how it’s grown

Growing Organically Since 1982

Jobs

Help wanted: Organic Landscaping Company needs lawn mowing, slice seeding and general labor. $20/hour. Must be in Acton, MA by 7 AM. Contact mikem@organicsoilsolutions.com
 
• Collaborate with our lead wash+pack person to coordinate vegetable washing and post-harvest organization
• Lead the organization and boxing of 150-175 boxes per week for our off-site distributions
• Ability to work quickly and efficiently and be highly organized
• Find joy in creating efficient systems
• Willingness to harvest with us one or two mornings a week + do some afternoon farm tasks is a plus!
• Willingness and ability to manage a small crew of team members or volunteers to help with boxing
 
Green Power Lead Educator at Land’s Sake Farm

Green Power

Farm & Forest Lead Educator

Farm & Forest Summer Program:

Farm & Forest is a farm education program dedicated to building meaningful community and connections to the land for youth entering grades 1 - 3. It runs for eight independent weeks of full day sessions from June to August. Participants learn useful gardening skills, explore farm habitats, and care for our resident farm animals. Daily activities include nature games, creating seasonal crafts, reading stories, making delicious snacks with farm fresh produce, and engaging in active outdoor play.

Land's Sake is looking for an exceptional candidate to fill the role of Farm Manager. Reporting to our Executive Director, the Farm Manager (FM) will oversee and run all day-to-day farming and forestry operations. The FM will possess strong experience and knowledge of ecological, sustainable, year-round produce production, experience managing a team of farm workers, a demonstrated aptitude to engage and cultivate new relationships within our community, and a strong, self-motivated work ethic.
Real Pickles is a worker co-operative in Greenfield, MA, producing raw, naturally fermented pickles from Northeast-grown, organic vegetables. Our mission is to promote human and ecological health by providing people with delicious, nourishing food and by working toward a regional, organic food system in the Northeast.

We are seeking a highly qualified, committed individual to fill the role of vegetable manager at Real Pickles. The vegetable manager’s primary responsibilities include:

Thriving Chelmsford, MA based Microgreens business inviting 2-3 people to come on board as Farmer's Market Associates for June-November. The right candidates will have sincere interest in sales and customer service, be problem-solving, positive, creative, independent, responsible, and enjoy working with people in dynamic, outdoor environments. Must be willing and able to comply with MDAR market guidelines, have suitable transportation, and be able to commit to Sat-Sun-Thurs for the entirety of the market season.

Real Pickles is a worker cooperative in Greenfield, MA, producing raw, fermented pickled foods from Northeast-grown, organic vegetables. Seeking temporary production help which includes all aspects of production, including preparing fresh vegetables for fermentation (in season) and packaging finished product into glass jars. We make dill pickles, sauerkrauts, kimchi, ginger carrots, beets, kvass and hot sauce.
Gaining Ground is a 3 acre non-profit, no-till, organic farm in Concord, MA that grows produce for 13 hunger relief organizations alongside community volunteers. Gaining Ground uses regenerative practices centering around soil health and fertility and creating diversity on the farm. We are hiring 2 additional field crew members for the 2020 growing season, May through September (start and end dates flexible).
Kroka Expeditions is seeking a farmer to join our dynamic team. Our diversified farm is comprised of 30 acres of pasture, hay fields and gardens amidst a beautiful 100-acre campus. Livestock includes dairy cows, laying hens, and a draft horse. Our gardens produce a variety of greens, root crops, fruits, and berries to feed 1,000 students who join Kroka’s programs annually. The farm is managed by two full-time farmers and aided by apprentices, staff, and students.

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