Internship Details: Interns will be involved in all aspects of the farm. This includes propagation of vegetable starts, transplanting, weeding, and harvesting vegetable crops. Planting and tending orchards, hedgerows, berries are a large part of the learning experience. Animal husbandry is a major aspect of the internship, which includes managing cattle, goats, sheep, and chickens. Alongside these farm responsibilities, we also host educational programs and community festivals on our land.
Stipend: Yes we provide a small stipend in addition to produce, eggs, and dairy produced by the farm.
Work Schedule: Interns work 4 days a week, and spend an additional half day focused on education. Intern are responsible for animal chores everyday of the week regardless of work schedule. 2 week vacation.
Housing: Multiple rustic trailers and tiny homes are available for interns on the farm. Intern outdoor kitchen space available. Shower and laundry available in the farm house.
Skills Desired: We only require a desire to learn and work hard. Enthusiasm is greatly appreciated. Applicants must be physically able and healthy. Willingness to work with children.
Educational Opportunities: Education is a primary focus at Sunfield Farm, and we are committed to providing a holistic balance of education and work experience for all interns. Once a week we will have “class time” to explore Biodynamic theory, farming basics, local farm field trips, etc.. Please come with an openness to Biodynamic Agriculture.
email Ezra, Farm Director, at email@example.com with a Cover Letter, Resume, and references.