Organic Farm

Other Opportunities

New Mobile Processing Unit for Skagit County

The NABC and the USDA have funded a new meat processing unit in Skagit County! See the attached flier for full details!

USDA Announces Funding to Train and Educate Next Generation of Farmers and Ranchers

See the official Press Release for more information!

Seattle Neighborhood Farmers Market Alliance

Transportation and Facilities Coordinator

The Transportation and Facilities Coordinator will be responsible for market set up, safety monitoring, market logistics, and tear down for those Farmers Markets with street closures that require additional equipment and staffing. Currently, these shifts would take place Wednesdays through Saturdays. The University District Farmers Market is year-round, but other markets are seasonal so weekly work hours will be 15-20 hours during May and October, 25-30 hours during June-September, and 10-15 hours during the other months. The position has the potential to expand according to the abilities of the candidate, and the addition of year round Sunday market responsibilities as well.

The ideal candidate will have experience in driving a large cargo van, be hearty (walking, lifting, carrying) in all weather, have excellent communication skills for working with our team and with the public, and be able to prevent and appropriately react to safety issues. Passionate interest in local agriculture and Farmers Markets is a big plus!

 The full job description is located here:

To Apply

Send a resume, 3 references, and an engaging cover letter highlighting your skills and interests relative to the position, our mission, and our industry. Applications received before April 25th will receive primary consideration. Interested applications should apply by email to: Julian O’Reilley, Associate Director,

Free Burlap Bags!

If you need a large quantity of burlap bags, please get in touch with Irene at Raven's Brewing! Send her an email.

Capital Press Reporter

Capital Press is Seeking a Skilled Reporter for the Northwest’s premier agricultural newspaper. This reporter represents Capital Press to the agriculture community in Western Washington and suggests and provides stories and photos covering various agriculture and newsworthy topics. The successful applicant will be responsible for coverage of Ag and natural resource issues before the Washington state legislature, and Washington state government agencies. Knowledge of the agriculture industry required. Journalism education and several years journalism experience preferred. This full-time position is based in Washington state, preferably south of Seattle or in the Olympia area. Benefits include paid time off (PTO), insurances and 401(k)/Roth 401(k). Send resume, clips and letter of interest to

 EO Media Group., PO Box 2048, Salem, OR 97308-2048, by Fax to
 503-371-2935 or E-mail