Farm # 1     

Main production: vegetables, berries, fruit, herbs, flowers and seed crops. To a lesser extent, poultry.
This farm accepts couples.
This farm offers a stipend.

Learn all the skills you need to operate your own farm. Originally homesteaded in 1910, this 15-acre certified organic farm has 3-4 acres in cultivation growing a variety of vegetables, fruits, berries, herbs, flowers, as well as a large seed collection for our seed company. We often have laying hens, and six greenhouses (3 are moveable). You will gain the knowledge and confidence to manage a major field and greenhouse (overseeing crops from seeding to harvest) and take part in selling produce at farmers’ markets, through a box program, and to local restaurants. You will also learn about seed production and marketing through both on and offline platforms. 

The owner of the farm has farmed since 1990 and is an experienced teacher who has taught farming courses at the local college. Our farm team is amazing and you will receive training from multiple farmers with many different and complementary skills to share.

Apprentices live together but have their own room in a lovely old farmhouse or in our cob house. The farm is near the small town of Sooke with beautiful beaches and a great community.

Location: Sooke, B.C. 45 km west of Victoria (50 minutes drive).

Farm #2

Primary products:  chickens, eggs, pork, beef, dairy, fruit, vegetables
This farm does not accept couples.
This farm cannot accommodate children.
This farm offers $15 per hour
Apprenticeship term:  Accepting applications for Feb/March through October
This farm has signed SOIL's Host Pledge

We are looking for a hard working apprentice to join our team. Apprentice must be a post secondary graduate. You should be a fast paced, quick learner who can take the initiative. We are looking for someone who is interested in farming as a career as we hope to hire someone permanently post internship.
Apprentices will work and live in one of the most beautiful places on earth, Vancouver Island. They will learn first hand, the tools necessary to become a pasture based organic meat farmer. We are not hobby farmers. We eat, live, and sleep farming.. this is all we do. And we learned from some of the world's best! Our farm is a 73 acre diverse mix of pasture, silvopasture, permaculture orchard, market garden, ponds and wetlands, forest. We are Certified Organic and Demeter (biodynamic). We run a meat CSA and do farmer's markets weekly. This position pays $15/hr rather than room, board and a stipend. Accommodations may be available for rent. We need an apprentice who can commit to a full season minimum although start/end dates are flexible.

Location: Black Creek

 

Farm #3  

 This farm accepts couples.
This farm offers a stipend.
Apprenticeship term:  March through October with a 3 month minimum
This farm has signed SOIL's Host Pledge

Located just 10 minutes from Duncan, BC we are close to hiking, biking and river swimming, this farm is located on 3 1/2 acres of flat land. We have use of 3 commercial greenhouses (both in ground crops and a seeding house), plus one acre of field in production. We farm year round, growing a multitude of veggies, herbs, berries and fruit. A wide range of skills will be learned - crop rotations, seeding, planting, harvesting, caring for chickens and turkeys, with an option to come to market and learn the sales end of things. Expect to work a full 40 hours/ week (8 hours a day). Work is quite physically demanding. We provide a stipend, which will be decided depending on skill level, experience, etc. Accommodation is a private room in the main house with access to kitchen, bathroom, living areas. 

Location:  Duncan

 

Farm #4 

Primary production: mixed veggies and herbs
This farm does not accept couples
This farm is unable to accommodate children
This farm offers a minimum wage or higher
Apprenticeship term: May 1 to October 31
This farm has signed SOIL's Host Pledge

The farm is a 37-acre, certified organic farm. Ten acres are devoted to vegetable production, producing over 50 varieties of vegetables, fruits, and herbs. We offer shares in a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program to customers on Vancouver Island and in the City of Vancouver. We also sell to restaurants and at farmers markets. 
The farm sits along along French Creek and the historic E & N Railway on Vancouver Island, BC. Nestled in the shadow of Mount Arrowsmith the farm receives more sunshine than most of Vancouver Island. This has lead to many locals referring to this area as the “banana belt.”
The farm sits between Qualicum Beach and Parksville and is near some of the best biking, hiking and fishing on Vancouver Island. 
We have a diverse innovative farming operation, which requires a wide range of skills: greenhouse seedling production, field planting, weeding and harvesting, produce deliveries, and building an repairing infrastructure. Be prepared for physically demanding work.

We may consider someone looking for an April start date.  We offer room and board on the farm and in trailers on the farm.  Meals will be provided. We will eat as a crew once a day at lunch. For all other meals, apprentices are welcome to use the food from the farm. A stipend will be provided each month.
While some exposure to commercial agriculture is preferred, it is not required as long as one has a good attitude and work ethic.

Our ideal candidate has:

• A serious interest in farming as a lifestyle and/or livelihood
• Physical ability to carry out farm tasks
• Lots of energy and highly motivated
• A mind for efficiency
• Open and positive communication skills
• Open to learning
• A friendly personality and willingness to spend time with customers, chefs, and CSA members
• Sense of humour

Location: Parksville, BC

 

Farm #5

Primary Production: Organic Heritage Field and Greenhouse Vegetables; Greens; Cut Flowers; Annual and Perennial Herbs; Tree Fruits; Assorted Berries; Table Grapes; Melons;  Honey Production; Organic Eggs;  Poultry; and a Pollinator Garden.
This farm accepts couple
This farm offers a stipend
Apprenticeship term: short-term  or year-round opportunities

This Farm has been in production for the past 30 years. It is a 23-acre certified organic farm serving the community with an annual veggie box program; a daily on-farm market;  selected restaurants with weekly deliveries;  a Summer Family U-pick program;  training opportunities for new farmers;  as well as providing social space for community farm events.

The farm hosts on and off-farm markets; a Spring and Fall Veggie Box Program; and a Family U-pick Operation for all crops on Friday, Saturday and Sunday each week.  We encourage staff to assist and mingle with picker families to gives them opportunities to become familiar with local food production.   We encourage new Canadians families to practice their English; become familiar with local food production and the possibilities of farming and food production in their new life in Canada.  

The farm has introduced a Farm Skills Questionnaire for use by all farm workers to help them and the farm to place these people correctly in the farm team and to guide us in providing additional training where it is needed.   As we move along in the farm’s development and the owners age, the questionnaire will help us select farm members to make up a Farmer Co-operative who will carry the farm into the future.   We are currently seeking experienced farmers who may wish to consider organic farming as a career;  or use their employment time on the farm to learn about food production so that they can maintain a year-round sustainable garden.    

The farm is a short cycle ride from Nanoose Community Centre and on a bus line linking the communities of Ladysmith, Nanaimo, Lantzville, Nanoose, Parksville and Qualicum Beach. Nanaimo is the home of Vancouver Island University, close to most recreational facilities, beaches & hiking or biking trails.

Location: The farm is located at 1960 Stewart Road, off Northwest Bay Road in Nanoose, 25 km northwest of Nanaimo, which is a 30 minute drive, but also served by a regional bus route. Very countrified when  we arrived here 30 years ago, but rapidly becoming urbanized.

 


 

Farm #7

Main production: Apples, Berries, Milk, Yogurt, Cheese, Beef, Lumber, Vegetables,
This farm accepts couples, and may be able to accommodate children
This farm offers a stipend
Apprenticeship term: looking for someone year-round
This farm has signed SOIL's host charter

An opportunity for an enthusiastic and skilled family, couple or individual to be part of a mixed organic farm community. The 300 acre homestead on Cortez Island provides a healthy environment and teaches us to be more self sufficient. A large garden, greenhouses, a woodlot and sawmill, orchard, milk cows and beef cattle, goats, pigs, laying hens, and an alternative energy system. As many as six families and varying numbers of Wwoofers participate in the farm year-round, creating a dynamic, diverse and enthusiastic community. Great access to hiking, biking, swimming and fishing!

We invite you to a world where people live in rhythm with nature and its seasons, grow and process their own food, raise their own livestock, make a small ecological footprint, using many modern tools for doing so (like alternative energy and some pretty good bicycles). We invite you to come and live with us and learn with us.

Location: Cortes/Whaletown BC. Cortes Island.

 

Farm #8

Main production: Market garden, garlic, apple orchard. 
This farm offers a stipend.
This farm does not accept couples
Apprenticeship term: April to October
This farm has signed SOIL's host charter

Located on Salt Spring Island, our farm is a 13-acre Conservation Partner family farm run by Sue Earle. Our property is close to a lake, ocean, bus route and town. Our focus is on producing organic fruits, vegetables, herbs and seeds, which we sell at two markets, as well as to local businesses. We are also involved in agritourism: bus accommodation, furnished tipi, bicycle camping and event rentals.

Sue is aided by 10 years of farm experience with her beloved partner, John,  who passed away in June 2012, leaving the farm in our family’s hands. John spent 20 years on the farm, diligently transforming thistle and reeds to the now spectacular two+ acres of fertile farmland we grow on.

We believe in the passion and integrity that comes from organic food production. With an emphasis on teamwork, we seek apprentices who will joyfully embrace our small farm community. We live to create harmony, beauty and sustainability in the world, and share this message through our loving production of food.

Location: Salt Spring Island, BC.

 

Farm #9

Primary production: Vegetables, berry fruits, seeds, herbs, flowers and preserves
This farm cannot accept couples or accommodate children
This farm does not offer on-farm accommodations
Apprenticeship Term: April to November
This farm has signed SOIL's host charter

This farm is located adjacent to the Northeast end of Prospect Lake at the base of the Saanich Peninsula. It is a four acre farm nestled in the woods with an abundant wildlife habit. There is a ½ acre market garden with numerous varieties of berries, perennial herbs and flowers, mushrooms and a large variety of annual vegetable crops grown for seed and food. A small greenhouse is used for vegetable starts in spring and heat loving crops in summer. Jobs are varied, numerous and always open to creativity. Learn from an active and experienced farmer growing vegetables, berries and seeds for the farmers market, also producing value-added products for sale. There is a focus on seed preservation and growing for and supporting seed groups in the area. An apprentice would be needed one or two days per week in exchange for learning and a bountiful lunch but would need to find accommodation elsewhere. 

Location: Victoria, BC. 13 km north of Victoria, 20 minutes drive.

 

Farm #10

Primary production: mixed vegetables and fruits, pork, hay, cut flowers
This farm accepts couples
This farm cannot accommodate children
This farm offers a stipend
Apprenticeship term: May 1 to October 1
This farm has signed SOIL's host pledge.

We are a certified organic, mixed vegetable and small livestock operation on 40-acres of rich valley soil on Vancouver Island. The farm is also home to abundant wildlife and native fauna, beautiful riparian corridors, and a long stretch of creek. River swimming and access to the TransCanada Trail are a short hike or bike ride away, as is access to great bookstores, cafes, and a vibrant downtown area. 

In addition to living on the farm in rustic, off-grid accommodation, apprentices participate in a wide range of tasks aimed at building sufficient skills, knowledge and experience to help solidify the next steps in a pursuit of farming as a lifestyle or a livelihood. The lead farmer has 20 years experience as a certified organic grower as well as a strong background in new farmer training, soils and agroecology.

We offer a limited number of shorter term, 10 weeks and part-time apprenticeships to applicants without prior farming experience, as well as full season and full time apprenticeships with negotiable stipends and end-of-season bonus for experienced and /or highly motivated applicants. Key qualifications for this farm apprenticeship include: strong work ethic, consistently positive attitude in the face of challenges and conflict, outdoor working and/or living experience, excellent communication skills, attention to detail, the capacity to master new and varied tasks.

Location: near Duncan, BC

 

Farm #12   


Primary production: vegetables, small fruits, seedlings.....
This farm accepts couples
This farm cannot accommodate children
This farm offers a stipend
Apprenticeship term: March 15 to October 31
This farm has signed SOIL's host charter

Join an established, production oriented diverse veggie farm near Victoria that provides a good living on 2 acres. Learn all aspects of market gardening and commercial production; seeding, succession planting, irrigating, weeding, harvesting, packaging, seed saving, planning, record keeping, selling, eating and enjoying, from a farmer of 20 years. Each apprentice will have an area of responsibility and weekly or biweekly discussions involve you in planning and troubleshooting. Farmer is experienced in annual and perennial field crops as well as greenhouse growing, and she sells produce at two vibrant weekly farmer's markets. She works closely with two other farmers in the area and they run a marketing business together. There will be opportunities to meet the larger community and other farm apprentices. Live in your own comfortable and private accommodation with an outdoor kitchen, cob oven, and composting toilet. You may also come on a daily or part time basis if you have your own housing. Property is a total of 5 acres and located near the ocean, hiking trails, and lakes. Please make contact if you are positive, self-motivated, respectful of others, a hard worker, a non-smoker, and are considering organic agriculture in your future!

Location: Saanichton, BC. 23 km north of Victoria, 25 minutes drive.

Farm #14

Products: Honey and Mead for sale; berries, tree fruit, eggs, veggies for our own use
This farm offers a stipend.
This farm accepts couples.
Apprenticeship term: April 15 to October 31
This farm has signed SOIL's host pledge.

Welcome Apprentice,
We value your decision to explore farming and are looking forward to your participation with us.  To ensure that your time on our farm is educational and rewarding, please take the following agreement into consideration before we begin our season together.   We will hold a place for you at our farm once you confirm with us that this agreement works for you.   We need to have our full staff lined up and ready to go by late March, so please let us know as soon as possible if an emergency comes up and you cannot fulfill your commitment.
(Intern Responsibilities)
Your intern period will begin early April and end in October.   During these months, you will be asked to do a variety of tasks that may include greenhouse, field work, animal husbandry, nursery crops, farm maintenance, selling at farmers markets etc. Expect the work to be physically and mentally demanding and the conditions to vary. While you will not be pushed beyond your physical ability, we hope that you enter this experience in good overall health.  The first two weeks will be considered a trial period and any specific needs or disabilities should be disclosed at this time.
 Some of your responsibilities will include:
¥ Beekeeping-all aspects
¥ weed management, including the use of power tools (with training)
¥ harvesting
¥ farm maintenance
¥ cultivation
¥ marketing: assisting in special events and working in our tasting room and at farmers markets
¥ care of livestock
¥ the planting and care of a harvest garden and berry pasture
¥  
As an intern/apprentice, you will be required to work 40 hours per week on production-oriented projects.  You will be asked to participate 5 days a week, for approximately 7-8 hours per day, also depending on weather, harvest urgency, etc.   During the week we begin at 9 am and finish around 5 pm.  When bees are being moved we tend to be longer.  Every Monday and Tuesday will be your days off unless you arrange otherwise with us. 
 Every Wednesday morning, if possible, we will meet and review the activities of the previous week.  This is a time when we will do a walk about the farm, lay out our work schedule/goals and interns can share any comments or concerns they have regarding their farm responsibilities.  A good work ethic and attitude is essential.  Each day will include a 45 minute break for lunch.
 During your time working with us you may take some personal time off, provided it does not conflict with the greater needs of the farm schedule.  7 days of advance notice are required.  You will be given a minimum of 8 days off for every month of apprenticeship with us.
 (Farmer Responsibilities)
In exchange for your help, we are interested in providing you with a dynamic, hands-on experience that will allow you to explore farming as a profession and lifestyle.  We plan to spend at least 3 hrs/week teaching the basic skills. Much of your learning will happen while we work on tasks together and we explain to you how and why we do our tasks the way we do.  Additional projects and training are available for individuals that show a high degree of motivation, interest and commitment.. As an intern, you are also invited to join Canadian Organic Growers- Vancouver Island monthly meeting for growers and other interns in which you will be able to see and discuss the operation on other organic farms. 
 (Accommodation/Location/Amenities)
This Farm is located in Sooke, 40 km from Victoria.    The nearest bus stop is 5 km from the farm.   We are across the street from the ocean, 5 kms from a lake.  The farm has an old bike which you may use but you may want to bring a bike of your own.
 You will receive a small living stipend each month beginning with $100 the first month, increasing $50 per month to a maximum of $200 per month, and the opportunity to use the designated produce from the farm.   You will also be given $300 per month to purchase needed food supplies.  You will prepare your meals in your own quarters, occasionally sharing meals with our family.   Housing arrangements will be as follows:
 We have a small cabin
Electricity - yes
Water - yes
Shower –yes
Oven and stove-yes
Heat-wood and oil heater.
Phone – You may use our phone for local calls between 5-6 pm. You will need a calling card for long distance calls.
Laundry is located in the main house. You will be able to do your laundry one day a week. We can arrange this upon your starting.
Computer access – at the public library, cabin has limited wireless access for your own laptop.
 No pets are allowed on the farm.
Guests:  Guests are welcome but they must fit in with our farm work schedule There is a futon in the cabin they can use to stay with you. You should check with us to make sure the timing is good for their visit. Please check with us before inviting guests to stay more than 48 hrs. Please do not plan to have guests use the cabin when you are not there.

Location: Sooke, BC

 

Farm #17

Primary production: Mixed vegetables, blueberries, eggs, chickens
This farm offers a minimum wage or higher,
This farm accepts couples.
This farm does not offer on-farm accommodations
Apprenticeship term: 4/15/2019 to 10/31/2019
This farm has signed SOIL's host charter

This is a certified organic farm growing mixed vegetables, blueberries, and laying hens on 7 acres of a beautiful 20 acre property in Central Saanich. Other farming operations share this property, so it is a lively farming community. We farm for a living, not a hobby, so are looking for an efficient, hard worker who wants to learn by doing. We are looking for farmhands, but continue to list with SOIL because our ideal farmhand is someone considering organic farming as a potential career and wants to learn as they work. We want people who will jump in with both feet and bring curiosity, passion, and a positive attitude to this work we love so much. In 2019, there is no on-farm accommodation available, but the farm is close to Victoria and Sidney, near bus routes.
This farm has signed SOIL's host charter

Location: Victoria, BC. 22 km north of Victoria, 25 minutes drive.

Farm #18  

Primary products:  Wool, veggies, fruit, herbs, eggs and meat are produced.
This farm accepts couples.
This farm cannot accommodate children.
Apprenticeship term:  June 10 (or earlier) to Aug 31 (or beyond)
This farm has signed SOIL's host charter

Mossy Banks has something for every interest. From livestock to food forests to gardens and orchards, this farm provides a variety of experience and skill-development for everyone. As farmers and teachers, we are always eager to learn and to pass on what we know, so the exchange of knowledge and ideas is two way. There is also room here to experiment with new ideas. There is hiking and swimming either on the property or close by. Meals can be eaten overlooking the gorgeous views from the bluffs. There is a lot of space on the bluffs, in the woods or marsh to explore. The farm is about 10 kms out of Duncan in one of the most fertile farming areas on Vancouver Island, so meeting other farmers and exchanging ideas is an important feature of life. The food is fantastic and most of it is grown right here. If you enjoy wildlife, you might catch a glimpse of the beavers who keep the water in the marsh. There are deer and rabbits everywhere. Mink cross the driveway regularly. At night, owl hooting and frog-song will be your lullaby. There is nowhere better to spend a summer.

Duncan, BC

 

Farm #19     

Primary production: Certified organic native plant and other market crop seedlings, seeds, fruit, herbs, flowers, vegetables, free range eggs.
This farm does not accept couples. It cannot accommodate children.
This farm doesn't offer on-farm accommodations
Apprenticeship term: May to September
The farm has committed to SOIL's Host Charter

This Certified Organic Community Farm has 8 businesses on 9 acres and a wetland. All fall under the umbrella of a registered non-profit organization with a mandate to support growing pure food, education, demonstration of certified organic agriculture in harmony with the eco-system, community and stewardship of the ALR and wetland. The farm has five farming partnerships, 2 nurseries and a local nutrition business. The farmers are an experienced group who enjoy working together and are willing mentors. The permanent building on the site (not suitable for residence) has kitchen and washroom facilities, and is used as a shared facility for washing produce, events and for education purposes, Board and Farmer meetings. The farm offers a Farm Stand shared by all the farmers, a Food Box program and shared tables at local markets.

**Please note that due to a commitment to local food security and employment programs we are participating in, we can only be considering residents of BC as candidates for an internship here.

Location: Victoria, BC. 10 km from Victoria, bus route, cycling route, 12 minutes drive.

  

Farm #24  

Primary Production: Certified Organic Blueberries, and other value added products. Fresh and Frozen Wild Pacific Salmon -(we are also a commercial fishing family) Fresh Vegetables and Fruits from the Garden
This farm accepts couples
This farm offers a stipend
Apprenticeship Term: May 1 to Sept 30
This farm has signed SOIL's Apprenticeship Host Charter

Our Farm is near a lake for swimming, kayaking, etc. There are bikes and a canoe available.. We are just a few minutes from the ocean. Our Cabin has a modern kitchen and bathroom, and a large deck to sit and watch the farm life from. Food is provided, and can be cooked in your own space, or, ore commonly we all eat together! We use mainly fresh garden veggies, seafood, and organic local farm products. The farm is 26 acres, a historic farm since the 1880's. Although apprentices will learn all aspects of fruit and vegetable growing, the focus will also be on the Blueberry operation, learning skills from the ground up - including growing organically, disease and pest management, scouting, picking, weighing, grading, packing and delivery. As well, marketing and management skills will be taught. Priority would be given to the right person or couple who may consider staying on with year round accommodation, in a Manager or Leaser role, although we will take on apprentices who may not have long term goals, as well. 

Location: Alberni Valley -( mid-Vancouver Island)

 

Farm #26 

Primary production: sheep, grain, hay, meat birds
This farm accepts couples
This farm pays a wage of $15/hour

We have an established sheep, hay and grain farm, with both direct and wholesale marketing. Our farm involves all aspects of sheep farming, including  a slaughter plant. We also have 150 acres of hay, 30 acres grain, and meat chickens. This is not an apprentice position. I am looking for someone with the interest and capacity to learn to manage, and in a few years operate this farm as I age. 

We have a lovely setting, 15 miles from Victoria. Great weather, fantastic landscapes and no bugs. Work varies with the seasons, but requires strength and physical fitness. Equally important, it requires the interest in the business side of the farm. It is not simply a job that you work 6 hours a day and go home.This is a special place. 

We will pay $15/hour to start, but we do not offer room and board. We can assist you in finding accommodations nearby.

Location: Metchosin, BC

 

Farm #30      

Primary production: Mixed Produce, Cut-flowers
This farm does not accept couples
This farm cannot accommodate children
This farm offers a stipend
Apprenticeship term: March 15 to October 31
This farm has signed SOIL's host charter

We are seeking three apprentices to join us next season on our diversified 24-acre farm on beautiful Salt Spring Island. We cultivate 2.5 acres of organic vegetables, cut flowers, and berries and raise small quantities of heritage breed pork, poultry, and lamb. We sell our products through a 50-member CSA, weekly farmers markets, grocery store contracts, and specialty flower orders. This is a high-energy farm that is run by a dedicated young farm family and is a hub of community activity.

Apprentices will work alongside us in all aspects of the farm, including seeding, planting, weeding, irrigation, harvesting, preparing CSA boxes, attending farmer’s markets, and caring for livestock. The emphasis will be on learning by doing, general discussions on theory, and mentoring with the farmers.

To be a good fit for our farm, apprentices must have a strong work ethic, a love of food, a positive attitude, and a genuine interest in learning how to farm. Apprentices will receive housing in a separate suite in the main farmhouse or one of two small cabins, a monthly stipend, and access to vegetables, berries, meat, and eggs from the farm.

Location: near Ganges, BC

 

Farm #33   

 

Production: Mixed vegetable, blueberries, and asparagus
This farm accepts couples.
This farm may be able to accommodate children
This farm offers a stipend.
Apprenticeship term: March 1 to October 31
This farmer has signed SOIL's host charter

Our farm is a mixed organic farm situated 6km north of Courtenay. We have a 2 acre market garden with 6 hoop houses,1 acre of blueberries and 1 acre of mixed fruit and nut trees. We grow a diverse range of vegetables and fruit through the shoulder seasons. Interns will learn from and be supervised by our Farm Manager. Learning will happen in the field as well as in a classroom setting. Once Interns have confidence in a task they will be expected to carry out that job without constant supervision. Interns and the Farm Manager live in a separate house from the farm owners. The accommodations include a living room, kitchen, two bathrooms, and laundry facilities. Each person has their own bedroom. Weekday lunches are eaten together and each intern will have 1 day a week that they’ll prepare food for the group. Breakfast and dinner are the Interns’ responsibility and Intern meal sharing often occurs. You'll have access to lots of farm fresh veggies plus vegetarian ingredients provided by the farm. Interns will get to see the full production cycle from planting a seed to the farmers market. We distribute our produce to a 150 share CSA, 3 farmers markets, and restaurants. Our Farm Manager will guide the weekly tasks but Interns are expected to be active participants in the success of the farm by being self-motivated, enthusiastic, and team players.

Location: Courtenay, BC

 

Farm #34   Not yet Renewed for 2019

Primary products:  eggs and vegetables
This farm accepts couples
This farm offers accommodations and a stipend
Apprenticeship term:  Year round

Our farm is on the most beautiful Vancouver Island. We offer a strong learning environment with the opportunity to work with a team of farm owner/operators, employees, other interns, and international volunteers. Our business has grown over 6 years with pure passion from us as owners. Our goal is to encourage interns in a life-long agricultural journey and to better understand issues facing agriculture today. Accommodation with room and board and a monthly stipend are offered. Eggs and vegetables are our main products, and we self market 80% of what we produce. We look forward to welcoming you to farm with us.

Location:  Cobble Hill