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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.

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Sustainable Agriculture Specialist Needed

National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT)  has another opening for a sustainable agriculture specialist, this one in our Davis, California, office.  If you are interested in promoting sustainable agriculture practices and working with family farmers, small producers and limited-resource farmers, this is a wonderful opportunity.  You will work directly with farmers and ranchers on crop and livestock production, soil health, water quality, organic certification, and other issues.

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National Center for Appropriate Technology Seeks Sustainable Agriculture Specialist

NCAT has an opening in our Southwest Regional Office for a sustainable agriculture specialist.  The specialist will work directly with farmers and ranchers on crop and livestock production, soil health, water quality, organic certification, and other topics.

Join our team and take advantage of this great opportunity to promote sustainable farming and ranching and strengthen local and regional food systems in Texas, New Mexico, and the Southwest.

A minimum of a bachelors degree is required, along with hands-on farm-based experience. The position will be located at NCAT’s San Antonio, TX office.

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

Applications only accepted until August 24th!