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Virginia: The West End Farmers Market seeks two Interns

12 Jul

The West End Farmers Market, located in Alexandria, Va, is looking for two interns: Farmers Market Assistants, for the market season, July through November.

REPORTS TO: Executive Director

AVAILABILITY: Assistant should be willing to commit to the full duration of the market season, July through November 20.  Assistants will work the market every other Sunday from 8:30am to 1:30pm and/or work during the week setting up for the weekend.


Extroverted personality a must.  Outgoing, enthusiastic, dedicated and dependable.  They should have an interest in working with people, be gently informative, and open to conversation, dialogue and other points of view.  An interest and knowledge of local foods, organic foods, and how farmers markets build community is useful, but not absolutely necessary.  A set of articles will be provided and the interns will be expected to read them and be informed.    Continue reading

New York State: Red Jacket Orchards seeks Farmers’ Market Worker & Manager

18 Jun

Third generation Family Farm, Red Jacket Orchards has been serving tastiest fruits, jams, juice, and jelly to New Yorkers and green market aficionados for over 10 years. Our quality produce and 100% natural juices make their way to families and homes from our markets and farm. We are expanding to dozens of open air green markets throughout the five boroughs and currently looking for passionate and personable representatives to bring our quality products to thousands of New Yorkers. Come enjoy the frenzied New York outdoors and cater to our friendly crowds. Continue reading

New York State: Community Markets seeks Expert Canner for Tomorrow

17 Jun


Community Markets is looking for an expert canner for a strawberry jam making demonstration in Tarrytown, NY this Sat,6/18 from 10:30am-12:30pm.  We have many more demonstration opportunities through Labor Day.  The pay is $40 for the demo plus travel expenses.  If your interested please call Stella, Frankie, or Danielle at 914 923 4837.

New York State: Orwasher’s seeks Farmer’s Market Representative

7 Jun
Farmer’s Market Vendor: Masapequa, Long Island
Orwasher’s has an immediate opening for a Farmer’s Market Representative to sell our bread at the new Massapequa Long Island Grower’s Market on Saturdays thorugh November, 7:30 Am to approx 3:30 PM.
Retail sales experience, especially at Open Air markets is a plus. You must be outgoing, dependable and enthusiastic about bread! You must have your own transportation to and from the market. Compensation up to $15 per hour.
Orwasher’s is New York’s original artisan bakery. We make hand made breads using natural ingredients, local wheat and sustainable methods. Our breads are served at great restaurants and retailers in and around New York City, and available at our bakery at 308 East 78th Street, NYC. Email your resume and a brief note to

Boston: Turtle Creek Winery seeks Farmers’ Market Sales Representative

4 Jun
Farmers Market, Winery Representative – Boston Area

We currently seek an additional adult salesperson to represent Turtle Creek Winery at local Farmers Markets in and around Boston. 

This is initially a part time position but could evolve into a full time position.  Continue reading

Massachusetts: Atlas Farm seeks Farmers Market Manager

26 May

Atlas Farm, an organic farm in Western Mass, seeks a Market Manager for our stand at Boston’s Copley Square Farmers Market. The Copley Market runs from 11am to 6pm every Tuesday and Friday from May 17th through November 22nd. The Manager is needed from 9am until 7pm every week for both markets. Continue reading

Massachusetts: Cambridge Farmers Markets seeks Volunteer Coordinator

26 May

Cambridge Farmers Markets is an association of three, well-established rapidly growing farmers’ markets in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
We operate every weekend from late May to early November.
We are operate in two locations, three days a week: Friday Saturday and Sundays.
Our 2011 season has just begun! Continue reading