2019 Grower Positions
Medway Community Farm is a non-profit farm with a busy farming operation and with robust educational programing. The farm cultivates seven acres of non-contiguous land using organic growing methods to provide veggies for a CSA program, on-site farmstand, local farmers markets, and wholesale accounts. MCF is connected with Medway schools providing in-school programming for second and third graders, and on-farm programming for fourth graders. During the season, the farm operates a summer program where kids can continue their nature based education. In addition, we offer several community events that allow our continued commitment to the communities the farm serves.
We’re seeking growers for our full time, seasonal positions. Our growers work closely with the Farm Manager and other crew members assisting in all aspects of vegetable production from seeding to harvesting to direct sales. Responsibilities will include greenhouse chores, harvesting and washing, tending the farmstand, all manner of hand work from rock picking to hoeing, setting up and breaking down farmers markets, interacting with kids and the public. We’re seeking people who are easy to laugh, friendly and encouraging, who can roll with the ever changing season, who can follow instructions to accomplish tasks either alone or as part of the crew, and love to be outside no matter the weather.
Compensation is commensurate with experience ranging from $11 to $13 an hour, and includes a full share of produce, paid participation in the EMass CRAFT sessions held every other Wednesday, discounts in the farmstand, and eggs from our chickens. The positions run from March to November.
If you’re interested in working with a community farm dedicated to education and its local and greater communities, we’d love to hear from you! Please send a cover letter and resume to Seth Terramane at email@example.com
Medway Community Farm is an equal opportunity employer.
MCF Mission: To maintain a place that enhances Medway’s rural character, fosters community spirit and encourages “learning from the land” by providing locally grown food, volunteer experiences, educational programs