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Farm Job and Internship Resources

Here are links to resources for people seeking agricultural internship, apprenticeships, and jobs.

Below is a list of links to organizations in the Pacific Northwest and nationally that offer volunteer opportunities, internships, apprenticeships, and jobs in the agricultural sector.

Volunteer Turning Compost
Photo by Shawn Linehan




Also known as the National Sustainable Agriculture Information Service, ATTRA offers up to date information on sustainable agriculture news, events, and job opportunities.


As a member of the regional Tilth movement, Tilth Producers connects farmers to resources. Their website offers event listings, classifieds, and many other regional opportunities to promote sustainable and equitable farming practices.


The Oregon Sustainable Agriculture Land Trust works to preserve urban and rural agricultural lands. The OSALT website offers event listings as well as links to a variety of avenues for getting involved in Oregon's sustainable agricultural community.




As an urban CSA, 47th ave offers season job opportunities on its farm as well as volunteer opportunities. Their website also offers links to an array of regional sustainable agriculture resources. 


Working to educate youth and adults about farming and environmental stewardship, FZF is a nonprofit that provides learning opportunities for people of all ages. They also offer volunteer and internship opportunities.


CEFS is dedicated to sustainable agriculture research, extension and education. Our goals are to provide new economic opportunities in rural and urban communities, develop technologies that promote a cleaner and healthier environment, educate the next generation of farmers, consumers, and scientists, and engage all citizens in the food system.

For more information on regional sustainable agriculture resources, contact Oregon Tilth staff.

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