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Youth Garden Project: Spring_Summer Garden InternshipBookmark This
Youth Garden Project
530 S 400 E
Posted: November 01 2016
Application Deadline: February 1, 2017
Position: Full-time, Paid
Timeframe: 03/01/17 — 09/01/17
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March 1, 2017 – August 18, 2017
Number of Open Positions: 1
App Deadline: Open until filled
Minimum Age Requirement: 21
The Youth Garden Project is a non-profit organization in Moab, UT. Our mission is to cultivate healthy children, families, and community through educational programs and the profound act of connecting people with food from seed to table. Garden interns will have the opportunity to learn organic gardening techniques and skills while working in a combined production and education garden.
•Each intern will receive a stipend of $250/month. First and last month’s stipend will be pro-rated based on days worked.
•The Youth Garden Project will provide housing. Interns may move in the weekend before the internship begins, and move out by the Monday following the close of the internship. Any extended stay beyond these times must be approved by the Associate Director.
•Interns will be provided with space at their house to garden for supplemental food supply and learning experience. YGP will provide seeds, plant starts, tools, irrigation, etc.
•When YGP is in peak harvest season, the intern household will receive a box of produce each week.
TO APPLY: Please e-mail a cover letter and resume to Sarah Perez-Sanz at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please specify the internship session for which you are applying.
ResponsibilitiesInternship Details: Interns are expected to make a 6-month commitment. Interns work 40-hours a week with occasional exceptions for special community events. Responsibilities include:
•Participate in field work: planting (direct seeding and transplanting), harvesting, weeding, bed prep and soil amending, mulching, cover cropping
•Germinate seeds and propagate plants in our greenhouse
•Pot up and care for bare root fruit trees
•Prune and thin fruit trees
•Learn about irrigation systems
•Plant for and implement spring plant sale
•Harvest and preserve produce
•Learn about and experience organic pest control
•Maintain a bin composting system
•Prepare for and facilitate the CSA share program
•Use a hoop house, greenhouse, and grow dome for season extension
•Work intermittently with programs to incorporate children into the garden
•Facilitate community volunteer groups
•Perform general site maintenance
•Care for animals (chickens, cats, rabbits)
•Work at community events: Farmers’ Markets, Weed-n-Feeds, Garden Dinners, etc.
•Plan and advertise for events: plant sales, fundraisers, potlucks, etc.