We are hiring! Full-season (May–October) and Summer Positions are available for 2021.
See below for full details and complete our Employment Application.
Available Farm Positions
Full-Season and Part-Time Positions
At the Good Farm, we employ full-season apprentices (May 1st - October 31st) as well as part-time summer help. Both types of workers are integral to our farm crew. We appreciate local labor on the farm, and can be flexible in creating part-time hourly positions. Also, full-season apprentices are a very important part of our farm’s mission.
Education is provided through on-farm training and participation in regional farmer training workshops. Farm vegetables are provided, along with an employee discount in our farm store. The stipend starts at $1,600/month (about $10/hr) paid monthly, based on experience. Housing and meals are on-your-own.
We keep a regular schedule of five days per week, eight hours a day, throughout most of the season. Work involves planting, weeding, harvesting, washing, and crop production tasks; as well as washing, packing, and boxing vegetables for CSA distribution.
Applicants should be physically fit, self-motivated, and work well in groups. A person who enjoys the outdoors, is willing to work in extreme conditions, and has an interest in sustainable agriculture will be most suited to working with us at the Good Farm. Farm experience is not necessary, but a positive attitude, willingness to work hard, and a sense of humor is essential!
All interested applicants should complete and submit our Employment Application. We look forward to working with you!
Volunteers are always welcome, especially those who are able to commit to a specific day and time to help in the summer months. Volunteer summer internships are also available for college students, who may be able to work for credits. Vegetables will be provided for dedicated volunteers. To inquire about volunteer positions, please contact us.
Farmers John and Aimee Good believe that the future of sustainable agriculture is dependent on education and the exchange of information, and most importantly, the training of future farmers. After all, farmers John and Aimee got their own start as apprentices at organic vegetable CSA farms. John and Aimee are committed to training apprentices in all aspects of vegetable production and marketing, as well as business management, and have had several farm apprentices go on to start farms of their own.