we are hiring!


Application Deadline - June 8th, 2020

We seek a competent, positive team player to assist with harvest, wash & pack, and deliveries for our Farmers Markets and CSA shares. This person will complete a multitude of other tasks related to our certified organic farm including weeding, transplanting, tomato trellising, greenhouse work, etc...


We are looking for individuals with these core qualities:

  • Enthusiasm for growing food

  • Curiosity and openness--a beginner’s mind, a desire to learn and grow

  • Friendly, outgoing, adventurous--unafraid to try new things

  • Excellent communication skills--the ability to express your needs, ask questions, and generally engage with your work and others

  • Self-motivated and able to work autonomously

  • Highly organized

  • Energetic

  • Good with your hands--coordinated

  • A planner

  • A morning person

  • The ability perform rigorous physical work for hours on end in extreme heat, cold and wet conditions

  • Seriously considering farming as a career

  • Most importantly, a good sense of humor


Why work at Undertoe Farm?  

  • To glean essential knowledge of organic vegetable growing methods, take home fresh organically grown produce weekly, work in a friendly environment outdoors, meet the great community surrounding our farm, participate in and attend on-farm events, etc.

  • To live and work in a beautiful region of northern Michigan, immediately surrounded by some of our most spectacular lakes


 Tentative schedule & other details

  • Work begins June 8 and ends in October.

  • 30-40 hours a week

  • Pay rate will be based on experience. You will also take home a weekly CSA share

  • You must have your own transportation


Think Undertoe is the right environment for you? 

Please send your resume with references to the email below.  Call with any questions!



We look forward to meeting you,

Haley & Adam

P.S. The real perk? You get to work alongside Nina (Feline Farm Manager)


"The maintenance of the fertility of the soil is the first condition of any permanent system of agriculture."

- Sir Albert Howard