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2014 Employment Positions

Whether you think you might want to own your own farm business one day, or just want to go through life knowing how to grow your own organic food, an internship at King's Hill can be a valuable learning experience. Our crew eats, lives, and works approximately 40 hours per week together and most positions last through mid-October. While the work out in the elements can definitely be demanding, we also reserve time for (optional) leisure activities on the weekend such as watching outdoor movies, campfires, attending nearby festivals, and big old fun Sunday dinners.

 

We are currently hiring for the following positions:

 

2014 Fall Interns (mid/late August-November 1)

Responsibilities:

Perform many aspects of production including: watering, weeding, harvesting, washing, and packing a wide array of small fruits and vegetables 

Maintain and harvest shiitake mushrooms

Install deer-proof netting around perennial fruit forest

Accompany farm manager to Chicago on Friday to deliver CSA boxes, stay overnight, and sell at a Saturday morning farmers market before returning back to the farm Saturday afternoon. 

Assist in cleaning up fields in preparation for winter

Once every 1-2 weeks prepare lunch for entire crew 

Weekly rotating cleaning duties of living accommodations 

Minimum Qualifications:

Ability to work efficiently both individually and as a team member 

A positive attitude and willingness to learn new skills and responsibilities 

A commitment to organic and sustainable methods while living and working at King's Hill Farm

 

Fill Out Our Online Application for both positions HERE

 

Photo(s) added: Harvesting Baby CarrotsJanuary 22nd, 2014

New photo added:

Our 2013 Season Draws To A CloseOctober 28th, 2013

Brrrr! The turn in the weather this past week has been a stark reminder that our harvest season is drawing to a close. Those warm and golden afternoons now seem long gone, and gloves, hats, and long

October? Really?!October 2nd, 2013

As farmers, we are ever mindful of precipitation levels, predicted weather forecasts, and number of hours of daylight. But October pretty much just snuck right up on us this year. How could we alread