October, 2019: We’re currently looking for retail help at the farmstand, which is open until just after Christmas:
Use the forms linked below to start your application process. Applications and references may be submitted online or by mail. For questions and comments, email is the best way: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are looking for people who want to work hard, enjoy the company of their fellow workers, produce a worthwhile product, enjoy the outdoors (rain or shine), and apply their energies to the success of our cause.
We have many seasonal positions available. Each year we hire new field hands, greenhouse growers, farmstand staff, bakery workers and kitchen help.
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