Opportunity Overview The FARM Institute is located on the historic Katama Farm, a farm that dates to the early 1900s. With their help, the Edgartown Conservation Commission became the landlord of Katama Farm, conserving its history and future as a working farm. The Hen Helper Volunteer will assist the farm staff in caring for our chickens, collecting their eggs, washing the eggs and packaging them for sale. If you have a few hours a day to spare we would enjoy sharing this amazing property with you. Ideal candidate will be flexible but agreeable to a committed schedule on a weekly basis. This opportunity is available Sunday-Saturday. Minimum age: 18.
Responsibilities * Following all safety rules and hygienic procedures * Collecting, washing, and packaging eggs * Communicate with staff * Logging volunteer hours
Qualifications * Ability to provide own transportation to the farm * Ability to lift 25 lbs. * Ability to walk on a variety of surfaces including grass and other uneven surfaces as well as to bend over to pick up eggs * Ability to work outdoors in varying New England weather conditions * Experience working with chickens preferred * Willingness to work with others as well as independently * Minimum age: 18
Time commitment Ideally 1-2 hours daily, but will consider offering fixed day/days per week depending on volunteer’s availability. Minimum commitment of 3 months preferred. Location
The Farm Institute, 14 Aero Avenue, Edgartown, MA 02539
For more information
Contact Eileen Small, Volunteer Resources Coordinator, 781-784-0567 x5501, email@example.com
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