Currently HiringNo, not at this time. Please check back next season!
Farm Address580 Quast Ln
Number of Workers Sought4
Type of FarmHay & Forage, Grain, Small Animal (pigs, rabbits, poultry), Vegetable, Fruit/Orchard
Pay Rate$10+ depending on experience, access to all demo garden vegetables and any fruit left over from research projects
What are the dates of your position?Work schedules run Monday through Friday, 8-4:30, with some flexibility required depending on farm needs. Start: April 1st 2019 or May 1st 2019. End: October 30th 2019. *these dates may be modified for the right candidate
Are you open to shorter periods of employment or do you prefer that workers stay the full season?Shorter periods of employment possible
Explain the room and board arrangements or describe options in your areaWe can offer one on-site pop-up camper and access to a full kitchen and bathroom.
Do you have a website, social media account, or job posting anywhere else?Yes
Online Listing URLhttp://agresearch.montana.edu/warc/Employment.html
Describe your farm operation
We are looking for individuals who are excited about science, agriculture, and getting dirty.
Projects for the upcoming season include:
Cold-hardy berry and fruit harvesting
Row-crop variety trial monitoring and harvest
Integrated weed management in organic systems
Maintaining and harvesting flowers and vegetables from our demonstration garden
We seek to provide a work experience that is demanding without being grueling. You may work directly with lead scientists, research associates, fellow seasonal helpers, or independently.
Projects are variable and change throughout the season. Responsibilities between projects may involve landscaping and general grounds maintenance. Occasionally, you will be expected to travel off the farm for work at our associated research sites.
We are in the process of certifying a small section of the farm into organic production. However, the majority of the property is managed conventionally. This means that we occasionally use pesticides but do not require seasonal workers to apply these chemicals.