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Job Offer - Farm Worker

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Andrew Harrel

Are you interested in a career in organic agriculture? This is an opportunity to learn 1 on 1 directly with an established 1st generation farmer.

Title: Farm Worker

Duration: 25 weeks

From end of May to beginning of November

Monday to Friday

Full time: 40-44 hours per week

Wage: $15.00 / hour

16-week CSA organic vegetable basket subscription is included with the job.

You could be involved in growing over 30 kinds of vegetables and participate in many of the following aspects of running a farm:

  • Seeding
  • Transplanting
  • Watering
  • Weeding
  • Row Covers
  • Fertilizer applications
  • Open / close tunnels
  • Harvesting
  • Washing vegetables
  • Processing
  • Packing baskets
  • Bin Washing
  • Pruning
  • Irrigation
  • CSA delivery
  • Farmers Market: set up stand, customer service, sales, re-stock and keep records
  • Record keeping of field logs


  • Belief in organic farming and a desire to learn the practices
  • Reliable
  • Good physical condition
  • Strong work ethic
  • Works well with others
  • A good attitude and sense of humour.
  • Previous farming experience is an asset but not required
  • Bilingualism is an asset but not required
  • Driver’s license is an asset but not required
  • Ease with the public

About Us

Fairweather is a family farm that grows over 30 kinds of local, certified organic vegetables that we offer to the public in our weekly basket program, at the “Marche Public de Papineauville” and the “Vankleek Hill Farmers Market”.

We are dedicated to training the next generation of farmers to ensure food security for the future. After both having gone to school to learn about farming, we believe that the best way to learn how to become a farmer is to work on a farm. There is an open policy on knowledge at our farm and all questions will be answered to the best of our ability, to facilitate the learning process.

We hope that you will want to return to work at the farm for years to come, which is why we do everything we can to offer the most rewarding and fulfilling experience possible.

Send applications to Andrew at andrew.harrel@mail.mcgil.ca

Only suitable candidates will be contacted for a follow up.

Note: If you have applied in the past and would like to be considered for this position, please resend your resume to express your continued interest.

329 Côte St Charles
J0V 1R0 Papineauville 45° 37' 29.9208" N, 75° 3' 38.2428" W