Classifieds

Jan 20, 2019

Here are the latest classified ads. Please keep them rolling in, send them to editor@wwoof.org.uk

The Organic Farm Research Centre is recruiting. They have two vacancies based at their Elm Farm site near Newbury in Berkshire. They are looking to appoint a Researcher: Agricultural Supply Chains (closing date 7th Feb) and a Livestock Research Communicator (closing date 11th Feb. https://bit.ly/1Rb5jGc

The Gaia Foundation Seed Sovereignty programme is looking to connect with growers interested in training in seed production with a view to sell or swap seed their wider community. Would also like to speak to farmers interested in growing ‘heritage’ grains. Contact: katie@gaianet.org

A children’s author with more than 50 published titles and a founder of a charitable publisher wants to rent a farmhouse/cottage on a working farm for at least a year while writing a series of books. Your farm will become a setting for the stories, be mentioned in the titles and in promotional literature. Contact: julie@cleverfoxpress.com.

Assistant grower wanted at Primrose, a thriving, organic, no-dig market garden near Hay-on-Wye, from April till October 2019. Food, accommodation, £50/week and a good learning environment. Opportunity to take on the lease for 2020. Drivers licence desirable. Email: primrosemarketgarden@gmail.com,  Glenn: 07891756358, Tamsin: 07427041939

Artist, 71, seeks accommodation in return for 3 or 4 days stablework/gardening a week, preferably in Cambridgeshire or Norfolk. 50 years experience of rural life in South-west Munster, Ireland. Member ID 60698. Contact chriswalker789@hotmail.com

Berry Farm is offering an opportunity for an apprentice grower for the 2019 season. Work and learn with us at our co-operative-run farm in the Waveney Valley. Own space, board, £50pw pocket money and all the veg you can eat. Deadline for applications: 14th February. Contact: Becky at info@greengrow.org.uk

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