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    The position has two main functions. The first is to assure that the quality of incoming of raw material, product, processing, and finish goods meets and exceeds FS/QA standards and customer expectations. The second is to effectively communicate FS/QA initiatives, Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP’s), and Global Food Safety Initiative standards (GFSI), FSMA Preventative Controls Rule, policies, procedures and measures to various departments and outside agencies.

    Name: 
    Griselda Silva
    Phone: 
    831-754-3161
    City: 
    Gonzales
    State/Province: 
    California

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    Hunter Orchards is a 19.4-acre, certified organic farm that has a great reputation for growing fantastic fruit and vegetables for over 30 years. With terrific soil and a stunning view of Mt. Shasta, it is a special place to farm. The property has 9.5 acres of fruit trees, a high tunnel, and over 7 acres of cropland. The current main crops are peaches, nectarines, pears, apples, apricots, winter squash, and a u-pick pumpkin patch. 
     
    There's lots of opportunity to make it your own, or you can continue operating it as is. We need to relocate and would love to find farmers to take over this very special farm. Here is the listing https://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/14431-Old-Westside-Rd_Grenada_CA_96038_M22949-82488 and video https://youtu.be/UevFjkfzLAY
     
    We will consider all reasonable offers. The listing price includes all equipment, the business, inventory, etc., and if folks don't want/need everything we can adjust the price. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions at nicole@hunterorchards.com, and more information about the farm can be found at https://www.hunterorchards.com and https://www.facebook.com/hunterorchards/
     
    Visit during October to experience the farm during the beautiful and fun pumpkin patch season!
    Name: 
    Nicole Stewart
    Hunter Orchards
    Phone: 
    215-681-3814
    City: 
    Grenada
    State/Province: 
    California

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  • 10/11/18--14:35: Program Specialist
  • The Resource Conservation District of Santa Cruz County seeks a Program Specialist to join a dynamic team of conservation and agriculture professionals. The Program Specialist will work closely with partners to lead watershed coordination, development and implementation of stewardship in agriculture programs throughout Santa Cruz County and in the Pajaro Valley in particular. Example projects the Program Specialist will lead include coordination of the Community Water Dialogue (a landowner driven effort to reduce aquifer overdraft in the Pajaro Valley), projects to reduce sediment and pesticide loading from farms, and stormwater collection and infiltration projects. This work supports agriculture’s efforts to steward water supplies and protect water quality. The work environment is fast paced, collaborative, and creative. 
     
    The ideal candidate is an experienced watershed coordinator and/or conservation project manager with a background in agriculture, environmental science and policy and a solid history of multi-stakeholder collaboration. The successful candidate must have working knowledge of agricultural production and resource concerns, ideally with experience relevant to central coast agricultural commodities and communities. Experience grant writing, developing budgets, managing contracts and subcontractors is essential, as is a demonstrated ability to work within a collaborative team. Additional experience with NRCS conservation planning, permitting and construction project management is a plus.
     
    For a complete job description and application instructions visit: http://rcdsantacruz.org/job-opportunities
     
    This position is open until filled.
    Name: 
    Lisa Laurie
    Phone: 
    831-464-2950
    City: 
    Capitola
    State/Province: 
    California

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    5.4 acres of prime farmland available for lease in San Diego County near Ramona. The soil is Visalia sandy loam on land with a 0 to 2 percent slope. The area offered for lease is part of an 11.51-acre parcel. The current farm operation is certified organic by CCOF. There are pomegranate, plum, citrus and mulberry trees on the land to be leased. 
     
    There is one dedicated irrigation well and a second supplementary well which also supplies water to two homes on the property. There is a good supply of water. Drip irrigation has been used. 
    Equipment available to the lessee: Tractor, disc, a mulch layer, rake, and auger. 
     
    The land is offered for lease through California Landlink. Please follow the link below to californiafarmlink.org to make inquiries. 
    Name: 
    Mary Stowell
    Prime Farmland for Lease
    City: 
    Ramona
    State/Province: 
    California

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  • 10/23/18--14:02: Certified Organic Grass Hay
  • High Quality Grass/Clover Hay - excellent feeder quality! Hay test available 
     
    Truckload sales only - $210/ton FOB Likely, CA 
     
    Loading and Trucking can be arranged
    Name: 
    Ross McGarva
    City: 
    Likely
    State/Province: 
    California

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  • 10/25/18--10:55: 4.5 Acre Farm for Rent
  • Our old bodies have told us to 'cut way back', so we have a 4.5-acre irrigated field, 2-bedroom house, shared barn and greenhouses, equipment, and the farmers' 21-year knowledge of this land that we are looking to long term lease. 2-4 responsible people with farming experience and willing to work hard, would make this a profitable operation. Everything except a truck is here ready to go to work growing your future. Certified organic since 1998. No guns or cannabis. Dogs negotiable. references required.

    Name: 
    Steve or Patricia
    Phone: 
    541-846-9279
    City: 
    Williams
    State/Province: 
    Oregon

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    Contact: Burn Hot Sauce, LLC 831-888-6576 or info@burnhotsauce.com for bulk amount of organic and probiotic fermented hot sauce and chili powder pricing

     

    Name: 
    Chase
    Burn
    Phone: 
    8318886576
    City: 
    Santa Cruz
    State/Province: 
    California

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    Rogue Farms Corps

    Training the Next Generation of Farmers 
    Join Us and Apply for a 2019 Position Today!
    Ready to Try Farming? 
     
    Rogue Farm Corps’ Entry-level Farm Internship program is a great launching point for you to try farming for real! Gain significant experience training on a sustainable farm in Oregon.
     
    The Internship is a full season (6-8 month) residential immersion program that combines hands-on field training with a mentor farmer, classroom learning, tours of local farms, and a farm-based independent project. No experience necessary. Learn more and apply today!
     
    Take your Farm Training to the Next Level
    Are you ready to dig deeper and gain the skills needed to manage a farm or start one on your own? Rogue Farm Corps’ Apprenticeship Program will help you learn how to manage and run a sustainable agricultural operation.
     
    The Apprenticeship is an immersive on-farm program for those with two or more years of farming experience who are seeking to dive into the art and business of farming. Hands-on training, classes, weekend workshops around the state, an independent project, and guidance on farm business development will help you gain the skills to plan, design, and run integrated farming systems on your own. Find out more and apply today!
     
    Rogue Farm Corps is the only organization in Oregon that offers structured, entry-level and advanced farmer training programs rooted in real-world farm businesses. We work with host farms located in the Rogue Valley, the Portland Metro Area, the South Willamette Valley, and Central Oregon, offering experiences with vegetable production, animal husbandry, dairy, and more. For complete program descriptions, information on our host farms, and applications visit http://roguefarmcorps.org
    Name: 
    Megan Fehrman
    Rogue Farm Corps
    State/Province: 
    Oregon

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    Our 34-acre farm sits in the outskirts of the Hollister Valley. It is flat, and very desirable for row cropping which has been the case for the last 18 years. The soil has been properly maintained with crop rotation and supplemental crops during winter or off-season crops. Historically, heirloom varietals have thrived on our organic farm, and the climate strongly supports tomato, pepper, melon, root crops, and many other varietals. Farm also is scattered with mature elderberry bushes (planted from the birds) which provide a healthy yearly crop of the berries, and the flowers (great for market), as well, our farm has a large crop of rosemary planted in rows, very mature and ready to harvest (for market). Property is fenced with a secure, separate entrance from main dwellings. The property also has a ‘packing’ shed, available for use in storage of grains, seeds, or packing.

    Progressive lease – first year starting at $20,000, second year $28,000, third year $32,000. Will lock in for 5 years at the third year rate.

    Name: 
    Rochelle Beerli
    Ad 3169
    Phone: 
    831-636-8010
    City: 
    San Benito County
    State/Province: 
    California

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    3 insulated 40 ft storage containers all hooked up on 1 compressor outside original equipment will sell as 1 unit or separately. Total package $20000.00.

    Name: 
    Hendrik Feenstra
    Phone: 
    530-517-2827
    City: 
    Madison
    State/Province: 
    California