We are currently hiring two student employees to begin in mid-March and last until mid-August. The farmhands will work 10-20 hours per week (more in the summer, less during the cooler months) and the starting rate is $11.50 per hour. See here for more information: https://iufarm.indiana.edu/getinvolved.html The IU Campus Farm's mission is to promote a sustainable food system at IU through education, food production, research, and outreach. Located just off campus, the farm has around five acres available for crop production. The produce will be donated to the Crimson Cupboard, as well as sold to campus facilities and a farm stand. The farm will rely largely on student volunteers and aims to provide the IU community with sustainably-grown food by Spring 2018. The farm is located at the historic Hinkle-Garton Farmstead. Visit https://www.visitbloomington.com/listing/hinkle-garton-farmstead-community-historic-site/698/ for more information! Looking for a way to get involved with the Campus Farm? Consider joining our Student Advisory Board! This group represents student interest as it relates to food, production, and the farm. Contact [email protected]u for more information. Like this page for updates and opportunities to get involved!
A new initiative that provides organic produce to the IU community. The farm is located at the historic Hinkle-Garton Farmstead.
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