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Apprenticeship with Center for Environmental Farming Systems

The Center for Environmental Farming Systems Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Apprenticeship Program is seeking highly-motivated individuals from a variety of different backgrounds to participate in a hands-on work and study program that trains participants in many aspects of sustainable agriculture production, education and research. Apply by August 15, 2017. Continue reading ‘Apprenticeship with Center for Environmental Farming Systems’

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Policy Internship Available with National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition

The National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition (NSAC) is currently seeking a Policy Intern for the fall term beginning in mid-August 2017 and lasting until mid-January 2018. This position is paid, full-time, and is located at NSAC’s Washington, D.C. office on Capitol Hill.  Continue reading ‘Policy Internship Available with National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition’

Apprenticeship in Ecological Horticulture

Learn organic gardening and farming skills and concepts at the Apprenticeship in Ecological Horticulture, a six-month, hands-on residential training program organized by the Center for Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems at UC Santa Cruz. We are excited to be accepting applications for the 2018 program, with a deadline of August 15, 2017, for international applicants, and September 30, 2017, for domestic applicants. We welcome people of all backgrounds to participate. Continue reading ‘Apprenticeship in Ecological Horticulture’

Living Farm Internship on Big Island of Hawaii

The Hawai’i Institute of Pacific Agriculture farm is located along the beautiful, historic coast of North Kohala, on the Big Island of Hawai’i. Our main campus, Halawa Farm, is a 7-acre living and learning environment where we cultivate a diverse collection of native Hawai’ian and Polynesian plants, tropical fruit orchards and perennial vegetable crops, in addition to raising small scale poultry and livestock. The farm is the base of operations for our residential farmer training programs and educational workshops, and provides a steady supply of food and medicine to those on the land as well as our local farmers market.

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