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Great Falls Festival aka Pumpkinfest | Turners Falls | October 19

Oct 15 2019
Great Falls Festival (aka Pumpkinfest) 2019 – A Decade of Fall Fun Saturday, October 19, 2:00-9:00pm
Location: Avenue A, Turners Falls, MA
Facebook event details: https://www.facebook.com/events/187318152202330/ [continue reading]

Wholesale Accounts Manager

Oct 14 2019
Published by under Food in the Pioneer Valley, Jobs
Red Fire Farm is seeking an experienced sales person to be our new Wholesale Accounts Manager.  This position manages of all of our wholesale accounts from on-boarding of new customers to processing regular weekly orders.  The ideal candidate for this job will have proven customer service skills and sales, accounting and or bookkeeping experience and [continue reading]

Hiring: Farm Logistics Supervisor – Red Fire Farm

Oct 10 2019
Red Fire Farm is seeking someone who is detail oriented and well organized to help get our produce and supplies delivered.  Reporting to the Farm General Manager and the farm owners, you will be in charge of overseeing all farm transportation, including vegetables and supplies.
You will work closely with the other managers on [continue reading]

Hiring: Development Coordinator – CISA

Oct 9 2019
Published by under Food in the Pioneer Valley, Jobs
Job Opening:  Development Coordinator
Status:  35 – 40 (full-time) hours a week
Time Frame:  Review begins October 28, 2019, position open until filled
Community Involved in Sustaining Agriculture (CISA) is a nonprofit organization that strengthens farms and engages the community to build the local food [continue reading]

Valley Bounty: Cauliflower

Oct 7 2019
Fall is here. “We have definitely turned the page in terms of seasonality,” Dan Kaplan, who manages Brookfield Farm with his wife Karen Romanowski, told me during a recent conversation. Throughout the entire summer, beginning in late May, Brookfield Farm was juggling many tasks at once. Planting, harvesting, irrigating, weeding, and much more all needed [continue reading]

Hiring: Farm Conservation Planner – American Farmland Trust

Oct 3 2019
American Farmland Trust is the only national organization that takes a holistic approach to agriculture, focusing on the land itself, the agricultural practices used on that land, and the farmers and ranchers who do the work. AFT launched the conservation agriculture movement and continues to raise public awareness through our No [continue reading]

Hiring: Herbal Crafter & Farmers Market – Sweet Birch Herbals

Oct 1 2019
Hiring: Herbal Crafter & Farmers’ Market at Sweet Birch Herbals
Sweet Birch Herbals, based in Ashfield, MA is seeking an experienced, motivated, knowledgeable person to make herbal products and attend farmers markets. An interest in health, wellness, and herbalism is preferred.
Seeking someone to educate customers about each product (tinctures, teas, salves, creams, ghee), [continue reading]

Hiring: Garden Help – CISA

Oct 1 2019
CISA is looking for someone to clean out our office flower beds now that the season is over.
We anticipate this job to be 3-5 hours.
If interested, please contact Jennifer . [continue reading]

Hiring: Farm Conservation Specialist

Sep 30 2019
Position Available: Full-Time
Mount Grace is currently seeking applicants to manage our Farm Conservation Program.  Mount Grace is a proud equal opportunity employer and strives to be an inclusive and diverse organization. We offer a competitive benefits package and collaborative work environment in Athol, MA at our Skyfields Arboretum headquarters.  To apply, please send [continue reading]

Classrooms: Amherst educator named teacher champion for district gardening program

Sep 26 2019
By SCOTT MERZBACH,  Staff Writer, Daily Hampshire Gazette, September 10, 2019 AMHERST — A program entering its fourth year that shows Amherst elementary school children how to dig in soil, watch plants grow and get pleasure from being outdoors also has another benefit — it teaches them about where their food comes from.
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