Farm Field Crew

 April 1-Oct 1 (shorter seasons possible)

+/- 30 hours a week


Our farm field crew is primarily in charge of harvesting the berry crop and getting it to retail and wholesale markets. But farm crew members help with all aspects of the farm operation, in peak season. We grow certified organic berries, have an active farm stand on the property, and raise Icelandic sheep for breedstock, meat and fiber.

Job responsibilities include:

  • orchard work: harvesting, weeding, mulching pruning, mowing
  • efficiently and quickly harvesting berries in peak season for our wholesale accounts 
  • restocking the farmstand and helping customers on busy weekends
  • caring for sheep – watering, health checks, rotational grazing, moving fences 
  • watering, weeding and tending to gardens and compost
  • helping with farm events, concerts and dinners if applicable

Farm Crew hours are typically 8 am-1 pm, 4 days a week, and some weekends.

Experience needed:

Experience with physical work on a farm and outdoors in all weather is important. Berry picking experience essential. We are looking for people who are physically fit and strong, and who can work fast but do a job well. A lot of being successful on a farm is thinking about how to move efficiently and problem-solve when faced with a new task or problem. Good communication skills, engaging kind manner with customers and guests and a positive attitude are all also important. This is a very rewarding job in a beautiful setting.

Note: We require at least a 2-month commitment but are willing to work with students whose schedules don’t allow them to start in April.

If interested please fill out the application below. Please be sure to include a cover letter and resume. Thank you.

If you have any trouble with this form, please email us instead. 

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    Describe full period during which you are available to work, May-October, with as much detail as possible on any conflicts that might arise:

    Please list three places where you have worked in recent years:

    Describe your experience working in a residential community setting:

    Please attach your cover letter and resume:

    If you have trouble with this form, please contact us at Please note that for residential positions, we can not easily accommodate pets, smoking, or dependents, so please consider this before applying. We are an equal opportunity employer and do not discriminate based on age, gender, race, marital status, or sexual orientation. Thank you.

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