Intern at Morganic Farm

Morganic Farm is accepting applications for about 6 internship positions.  These positions offer interns a wide variety of learning opportunities.  Growing, raising and processing foods, along with good land stewardship and management practices.  If interested, please submit:

  • a resume
  • cover letter describing what your interests are
  • references

if you would like to be considered for an internship.

Compensation for interning at Morganic farm is based on productivity of enterprise(s) interning for.  All of enterprises (pork, poultry eggs, poultry meat, half-acre garden, dairy and meat goats) have a labor budget and you will receive that labor compensation at processing/harvest and for some enterprise markets (multiple CSAs for example) during the season.   For the latter there are commitment and expansion incentives built in to insure completion and to maximize pay for interns.  All labor payment amounts vary based on the labor needs of that enterprise.  The rate of pay equivocates to $8-$10 per hour.  Please contact us for details.  All meals provided with organic and non-gmo product from our farm and others.  Camping available on property.  Work week is 50 hours over 5 to 7 seven days.

Visit our website for additional information.

Published by Morganic Permaculture Farm

A 30-acre permaculture farm near Fife Lake, Michigan, operated and facilitated by Stuart Kunkle. Utilizing and filtering through permaculture ethics and principles the raising of pastured, non-gmo supplemented, heritage pigs, chickens, rabbits, goats, sheep, ducks, and quail.

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