Skinny Dip Farm is hiring help for the 2018 season. We’re looking to hire a few good folks to join our hard-working and fun-loving farm crew this season from spring (April/May or June start) through November/December. 3-5 days a week, 8 hours per day of field work, with the possibility of farmers market sales for the right applicant.
Now Hiring at Under the Sun Farm!
1050 Williams Street North Dighton, MA 02764
Under the Sun Farm is entering our third year in production. We are looking or energetic, motivated individuals to join our engaging and
ever-growing Farm Team!
Full-time and part-time positions are available. These are primarily seasonal positions. A commitment to the full season May-October is crucial. Weekend and holiday work is required. Year-round work will be available for a few. All employees must be comfortable:
Freedom Food Farm is an 88 acre, four season, diversified vegetable and livestock farm. We produce a wide-range of products year-round, including: over 100 varieties of vegetables, fruit, grains, medicinal herbs, honey, pasture-raised meat, heritage eggs, flowers, plant starts, hay and value-added products. Our goal is to add additional products over the next few years and eventually produce a full diet from our farm. We are committed to regenerative agriculture and never use any pesticides, herbicides, GMOs, antibiotics, hormones, or other chemicals at our farm.
Our crew is made up of friendly, motivated, hard working individuals who are passionate about our mission of producing healthy food for the whole community. We are an equal opportunity employer and welcome anyone to apply.
Every year in March, agriculture gets its rightfully deserved recognition at the State House in Boston. Massachusetts Agricultural Day, or more commonly referred to as Ag Day, is an opportunity for our local growers – farmers, fishermen, aquaculturists, Aggie students, Buy Local cooperatives, 4-H, FFA and agricultural enthusiasts to have their voices heard by our State Representatives and Senators.
This year an estimated 200 farmers and more than 35 agricultural organizations attended.