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Kensons Organics looking for two assistant growers

18 March 2015

Kensons Farm Organic Vegetables has two vacancies for assistant growers. We grow a full range of Soil Association certified vegetables, which are sold through our three weekly market stalls and farm shop, and to local box schemes.

Westmill Organics Seeks Future Growers Apprentice

10 March 2015

Westmill Organics is looking for an apprentice to work and learn while engaging in various aspects of the farm and veg box scheme. The role includes field and polytunnel work, office operations and deliveries.

Roots at Rushwick seeking Future Growers apprentice

20 February 2015

POSITION FILLED Set to the West of Worcester, 1 mile from the city centre, we are a small business with a young family looking for a placement student/apprentice to work with us expanding our organic vegetable gardens which are planted over ten acre...

Worton Organic Garden seeking Future Growers apprentice

28 January 2015

A 7 acre diverse and beautiful market garden with fruit, vegetables, flowers, a glasshouse, polytunnels, animals, farm shop and café. Worton Organic Garden is the perfect place for a trainee to learn all about organic growing.

Trainee placements at Daylesford Market Garden

22 January 2015

The Market Garden at Daylesford has been growing for 11 years. The remit of the business is to grow a wide range of seasonal produce to supply into the numerous shops, restaurants and production kitchens of Daylesford Organic.

Over 700 ‘future growers’ seeking organic apprenticeships

22 January 2015

Young people across Britain are seeking opportunities to become well-trained, knowledgeable farmers and growers of organic food. The Soil Association’s Future Growers programme – which matches host farms with eager young growers – has been running a...

Trainees required at Whitethorn Farm in Herefordshire

22 January 2015

Two Horticultural trainees required at Whitethorn Farm , to start March/April until Autumn (minimum). The work includes sowing, planting, plant husbandry, harvest and packhouse work. Minimum five days a week to include weekends. This is an ideal opp...

Future grower trainees - Le Manoir Aux Quat'Saisons

12 January 2015

Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons, located in the picturesque Oxfordshire village of Great Milton in the outskirts of Oxford, is renowned as one of Britain's finest gastronomic experiences. It is now recruiting for future grower trainees - closing date 13 ...

Increased support for organic farmers proposed

27 November 2014

Organic farmers received good news yesterday, when Defra proposed increased Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) payments to farmers for organic land and land in conversion to organic in England.
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Putting planet and growers at the core of seed legislation

Concepta Cassar: The arrival of March marks the melting of winter into spring, and the long-awaited emergence of new life from the depths of the cold season. Snow drops, daffodils and crocuses bring light where there was once darkness, and the first-sown seeds of the year finally start to raise their sleepy heads. Around the country, people will be cracking open bean pods and shaking out little envelopes, while the seed industry celebrates an early cash crop.

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