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Organic Farm Manager Position on Mayne Island

Posted by ahnghn on May 17, 2013

Seeking an onsite organic farm manager to care for approximately 4 acres of vegetables, fruit trees, and berries, The farm manager will be offered a trailer to live on site with lots of space, running water, electricity, kitchen, and other modern comforts  Produce will be sold at a weekly farmer’s market and also at the entrance to the farm. The farm manager is paid a daily wage commensurate with experience. Ideally the farm manager will have 2+ years of growing for market experience. A driver’s license is necessary for transport of produce to the market. Please send a resume and a … Continue reading Organic Farm Manager Position on Mayne Island

Farmer Social in Van-City

Posted by ahnghn on November 15, 2012

Good Morning Young Agrarians The Vancouver Urban Farming Society is hosting a  social this Saturday at Save-On Meats after their half-day farm forum at the Hive. The event is open to everyone and  the Facebook invite mentions “complimentary grub”- enticing indeed. The social follows the 2012 Vancouver Urban Farming Forum meaning scintillating  discussion will be the name of the game as Vancouver’s agricultural movers and shakers will have deliberated throughout the day. Farmers, gardeners, foodies, friends, and families please join for the urban farming social on Saturday, November 17th between 4:30 and 7 PM at Save On Meats, 43 West … Continue reading Farmer Social in Van-City

Exploring Urban Agriculture in Portland, Oregon

Posted by ahnghn on August 25, 2012 3 Comments

Hello, my name is Andrew Heneghan, and I’m a new contributor with the Young Agrarians. I’m originally from St. John’s, Newfoundland later spending a considerable amount of time in Keene, New Hampshire, and Vancouver, British Columbia.  A North American with international tendencies.  I’m excited about Young Agrarians push to promote farming for young people in Canada. The cultivation of food is an art that transcends history, cultures, and continents and only recently has it been pushed to the fringes of our society. A change in our connection with food is ongoing as we speak, and gardens and farms are re-entering … Continue reading Exploring Urban Agriculture in Portland, Oregon