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Cultivating five acres of crops on 26-acres in rural Sumter County, Florida, Little Pond Farm is a diverse organic vegetable, fruit and cut flower farm coming into its fifth season. While vegetable production is the farm's main focus, they also have three cows and a small flock of hens for eggs.
Little Pond is currently hiring full-time Farm Crew for the 2017–2018 season:
• The Year-Round Crew Leader will work closely with Farmer’s Cole and Ellen to execute daily activities, adjust the plan as needed, and make sure everything is running smoothly and in a timely manner with the rest of their small crew. Applicants must have a serious interest in farming as a career and two years of fieldwork experience.
• Seasonal Farm Crew will build confidence and master daily activities that include seeding, weeding, planting, greenhouse work, mulching, irrigating, transplanting, trellising, harvesting, washing crops, packing trucks for market and selling produce at the farmer’s market. This is an excellent position for a beginning farmer.
Positions begin in early August, the growing season runs through the end of May, and work can range from 50-60 hours/week. If you have a positive attitude, a love for working in a team, sense of urgency, an efficient work style, great problem solving skills, attention to detail and excellent customer service skills, fill out the online application.
Co-Owner and Operator
Little Pond Farm
2999 CR 321
Bushnell, FL 33513
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