Farm Internship in Vermont 2015

Farm & Wilderness Farm Internship in Vermont for 2015 (21+ years of age only please)

Cows in Vermont PastureSalary: $200.00 per week, paid bi-weekly plus room and board

Farm & Wilderness Foundation (F&W) is a 501(c) 3 non-profit, educational organization operating six summer camps for children and young adults, a family camp, and year-round educational programming. Set on a beautiful 500-acre campus in the Green Mountains of Vermont, F&W programs are rich in adventure, community, history, and spirit and foster an individual relationship with the natural world. To learn more visit

Farm Interns assist the farm managers in the care of the livestock, barns, and gardens and help administer program activities such as homesteading, crafting, and food preservation within the summer camps. Throughout the internship, the farm interns will learn hands on farm based skills including but not limited to animal identification, animal husbandry, pasture management, crop rotation, weed identification, various types of garden skills, and develop an understanding of community living.


Farm interns assist the farm managers in the care of the barns, gardens, animals and all other farm concerns such as craft areas, food processing, greenhouse, haying, pastures, equipment, and structure maintenance.

Undergo training throughout the season.

Keep current on relevant farm issues.

Lead programs individually as well as co-instruct.

During the summer camp season farm crew will ensure the health of the animals, gardens, and pastures and assist the farm programs as needed at either the Indian Brook, Barn Day Camp/Salt Ash Mountain, Timberlake and Tamarack Farm facilities.

Assist with work related to opening and closing of camps.

Share cooperative living chores with physical plant crew including cleaning, cooking, barn chores and some group maintenance projects.

Assist with seasonal and other necessary group maintenance projects as needed: firewood, lawn mowing, kybo digging (digging out the night soil from the outhouses), recycling, trash runs, town runs, building repairs.

To Apply: Contact Chantal Deojay -Farm Manager at or 802-422-4704.

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