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Two Farm Hands Sought on Organic Apple Orchard in Vermont  RSS feed

Maria Schumann
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Milk sheep, thin apples, mulch berries, plant vegetables, pick currants, make apple cider, harvest wild wood nettles, feed pigs, bottle sour cherry juice, move lambs, fix fences, make cheese, wash dishes, harvest veggies, clean the milking parlor, pick apples, uproot burdock, make vinegar, stack wood, sell stuff at the farmers market, extract honey, bottle honey, make bear fat salve, pick balm of gilead buds, mow the orchard, wash wool, collect eggs, muck out the barn—these are some of the jobs you will do as a farm hand at Cate Hill Orchard in Greensboro Vermont. Located in the beautiful and remote Northeast Kingdom, we are a small, diverse permaculture/organic family farm, with a 5 acre apple orchard; 45 milking ewes; 60 lambs; usually a couple of chickens and pigs; and a 30 hive apiary. We are looking to fill two positions; one full time farm hand; one half time farm hand, half time childcare provider. 40 hours a week. Compensation $150/week plus room and basic board. Housing is a 2 room apartment in our farmhouse, to be shared with other farm worker. Board includes basic bulk foods (rice, beans, lentils, flour etc) plus fresh organic eggs, vegetables, berries and fruit from our farm, plus some dairy and some meat from our farm. May-Oct, with one-two weeks off in July, beginning and end time negotiable. The main job requirement is that you have a genuine interest in farming! To apply, please send a letter of interest ASAP to: maria@catehillorchard.com. For more info on our farm, and more detailed job description, see our website catehillorchard.com
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