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If you are interested in regenerative agriculture, community living and animal husbandry, fill out our application for our farm apprenticeship

Apprenticeship Description

This apprenticeship is a non-paid internship is an exchange of time and learning between experienced and new farmers. Apprentices learn the art and craft of regenerative farming through hard work in the fields, observation of successful farm ecosystems and participating in a mentoring relationship with experienced farmers. This immersion into all aspects of vegetable, industrial hemp and flower production gives new farmers valuable skills and experience to begin their career in regenerative agriculture. Whether they start their own farm or go on to work in public gardens, landscaping, school gardens or farm to table restaurants, apprentices gain a firm foundation and confidence to succeed.


– To share the skills involved in regenerative land management and the tools of the trade

– To offer apprentices an example of a successful regenerative farming so that they can learn the cycles of the growing season

– To give apprentices first hand working knowledge with specific crops, so that they can have a solid foundation of farming experience

– To support the hands-on learning that comes through hard work in the fields with education and direction in a fully submerged experience.


Spring/Summer: March-July
Summer/Fall: August/November
Application Deadline: Rolling, we are always looking for great people! Minimum Length Stay: 8 weeks
Number of Positions: 4


We select candidates who are seriously considering regenerative farming or large scale gardening as a career or if interested in implementing on their land. A positive attitude and communication skills are essential. Must be able to work as an integral part of a team as well as take on responsibility and work independently. The work we do involves a lot of hand labor.

Our time will be spent with the work of sowing seeds, potting up young plants, setting out transplants, mulching, weeding, watering and harvesting. We work hard 40-60 hours over six days a week, and will expect a solid 30 hours of work from interns. Attainable benchmarks will require effort and sweat. A positive attitude, willingness to work hard and a passion to learn are the most important attributes in a candidate.


Camping, Barn living or trailer set up – no hook ups Vegetables in season
Farm raised meat/poultry
Daily shared lunches/dinners

Fill out our online application below or download the PDF version

Please submit the online form or send a PDF via email to or mail it in at our address:

5401 Old Stage Rd, Central Point, OR 97502

Apprenticeship Application