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Posted: Thu, February 13, 2020

South Dartmouth, MA job

Phone Number: 508-938-5127

Email: benoit@roundthebendfarm.org

Round the Bend Farm, a 94-acre fully diversified working small farm and sustainable education non-profit in coastal South Dartmouth, MA is searching for a full-time resident Gardener / Field-worker to join our garden team for the coming 2020 season.

We are devoted to the global paradigm shift toward hope and abundance through our mission of valuing diversity, modeling nature, and redefining wealth. We use a synthetic-free philosophy that incorporates elements of permaculture, biodynamics and soil remineralization practices to raise a number of crops to support our internal organization, sustainable on-farm living community and educational projects, in addition to sourcing ecologically conscious events in our space and a small amount of excess direct customer sales (1-2 acres in production).

We produce in an integrated system that yields annual vegetables, perennial crops, berries, tree fruit, medicinal herbs and livestock and meat.

We are looking specifically for someone to be involved with all aspects of growing agricultural produce at the farm. Duties may include: seed sowing, nursery care, soil preparation, transplanting, weeding and cultivation, perennial care, greenhouse crops, harvesting, seed saving, propagation, food storage and food processing.

Compensation includes:
– Stipend dependent on experience, not less than $1000 per month
– Private, on-farm housing in a rustic tiny house (basic heat and electricity)
– Shared kitchen/dining/library spaces with internet access and laundry facilities
– Full board of daily meals crafted from farm produce
– Hands-on learning environment focused on all aspects of sustainable living

PLEASE READ THE FULL JOB DESCRIPTION ON OUR WEBSITE FOR MORE INFORMATION AND INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO APPLY:

Now Hiring Gardener / Field-Worker

Feel free to email the RTB Garden Manager, Benoit Azagoh-Kouadio, directly with any questions.
benoit@roundthebendfarm.org