Farm to Community Coordinator Needed

Are you interested in promoting sustainable agriculture practices and local and regional food systems?  Then NCAT has a great opportunity for you: We are seeking a coordinator for our farm to community work in San Antonio, Texas.  You will work directly with farmers, retailers, community health and non-profit organizations, and government agencies to expand an existing Farm to Work program.

The coordinator will also develop new distribution and marketing systems for local food, and increase the availability and consumption of sustainably-produced, healthy local food.

This is your chance to join our superior team and help make lasting change in our food systems across the Southwest.

A minimum of a bachelors degree is required, along with three years relevant experience. Fluency in written and spoken Spanish is a plus.

Click here for a complete list of job qualifications and responsibilities, and to start your application.

Don’t delay! Applications only accepted until September 21st!

Since 1976, the National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT) has been helping people by championing small-scale, local and sustainable solutions to reduce poverty, promote healthy communities and protect natural resources. In partnership with businesses, organizations, individuals and agricultural producers, NCAT is working to advance solutions that will ensure the next generation inherits a world that has clean air and water, energy production that is efficient and renewable, and healthy foods grown with sustainable practices. More information about its programs and services is available at http://www.ncat.org or by calling 1-800-ASK-NCAT.

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