Forty North Farm hiring Interns

Semora, North Carolina

Forty North is a little farm that started with a very simple idea – that we could grow food for our friends & larger communities, have a rich experience, and a lot of fun in the process.

There’s an old saying – “Forty going North,” that means to do something with great gusto or enthusiasm…which is a sort of de facto inspiration for both of our lives, and what we witness on a daily basis with our plants & animals.

Forty North is grounded in an appreciation for and love of animals, along with intense energy around the process of growing & eating & living.

We are now looking to hire two interns for this season!

Intern duties consist of helping with all aspects of growing and preparing produce, flowers, eggs and meat for market and our large CSA.  It is anticipated that you will participate in some or all of the following tasks:

  Preparation of beds including tilling, hilling, and addition of soil amendments.

  Planting, care, and harvesting of vegetables and annual and perennial flowers.

  This will include constructing post-harvest production facilities, supports, mulching and weeding, organic pest control, washing and storing of products, sanitation of harvesting and storage materials.

  Preparation of displays and products for Farmers’ markets and packing of boxes for delivery for our CSA.

  Assisting in deliveries. Feeding and care of ducks, chickens, turkeys, geese and hogs.

  Operation of Farm machinery: walking tractors with tilling and hilling attachments; weed-eaters; mowers; etc.

We are looking for someone who is hard working, thorough, detail-oriented, focused, passionate about farming and food, heat tolerant, and positive. Prior farm experience is not necessary but preferred. Must have transportation.

This is a full time, paid position and requires some half days on Saturdays. We hope to fill the position immediately. 

Please fill out the application on our website. Once we have received your application, we will schedule phone interviews and then an on-the-farm work day/interview.

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