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Position Description

  • Work varies from day to day, but it can include transplanting, weeding, and harvesting, fence construction and maintenance, cutting flowers, mowing, pest control, preserving vegetables, and miscellaneous other tasks.
  • We understand that student schedules can vary greatly due to classes, and we will work to help the right candidates with a flexible schedule. However, we do ask that you are willing to actively participate in developing a mutually beneficial schedule.
  • An internship with the SAP requires balancing a number of responsibilities, including directing volunteers, keeping production records, and physical labor. It is a great opportunity for anyone interested in pursuing small-scale farming and exploring sustainable agriculture. Though previous experience with growing food and working with others is preferred, it is not required.


Check back soon for a list of exciting opportunities that will be opening up for the 2017 season at the SAP!

We will begin accepting applications this Winter 2016.