Farming Traineeship 2018 – Snowdonia.

Feb 6, 2018

Tyddyn Teg is excited to announce that we are now recruiting for 2 trainees to help us during our 2018 growing season.

We grow 50+ different crops organically on about 8 acres, and are constantly working to improve the sustainability and efficiency of our farming operation.

We run a CSA organic box scheme to around 75 households, a self service shop and deliver our vegetables to some local restaurants and shops.

We are looking for 2 trainees for a full season (late March – late September) that want lots of hands on experience with the practicalities of running this operation. There will also be 1 day per month of classroom-based learning.

 

The traineeship includes all food and accommodation, plus a stipend of £50 per week.

 

To find out more and apply, please visit our website by clicking here.

 

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