This is your chance to personify the organic ethos and potentially make a lasting impression on someone who may never have considered the alternatives to living alone, or living in a town, or buying into the subsidised, pesticide coated, imported vegetables from the nearest big supermarket. You could be the catalyst for raising somebody's awareness of the impact they have on this planet.
The Organic Trust Limited is a leading organic certification organisation in Ireland, currently certifying in the region of 1000 organic operators – the Organic Trust logo is easily recognisable on a vast array of organic products on retail shelves in Ireland and abroad.
A vacancy currently exists for an Administration & Certification Officer to join our Company.
Each year the Kindling Trust runs 4-day Commercial Organic Growing Courses. Keen on getting more people into commercial food growing they are looking to support people who are serious about doing it too!
The OLC is a training program run by the IFOAM Academy which takes place in regions across the world. This intensive, one-year course empowers participants to assume greater responsibility in finding organic solutions to address the world's environmental and social challenges.
Braziers Park College are looking for new residents.
Braziers Park College is a community and a non-profit organisation. Currently 14 people are living there; they host weekend courses and run the house and the estate with the help of volunteers from all over the world.
Braziers Park is always looking for new residents, to fill different roles.
Assistant grower wanted to join a small but productive team. This is a full time position on an 80 acre organic holding on the Quantock hills in Somerset.
Demonstrable practical skills across a broad range of activities including some equipment experience are required. You will have the ability to work hard with committment and drive. A full driving license is required.
Seems like there's a buzz in the air about WWOOFing at the moment and now we're in the news - The LBKA News [that's the London Beekeepers' Association] The article is called 'Why not try.....WWOOFing?' and came about after our very own Amanda Pearson met one of LBKA at the Edible Flower Show.
Soil is so incredibly important for food security and essential ecosystem functions and so the United Nations General Assembly declared 2015 the International Year of Soils. The aim of this declaration is to increase awareness about and gain international support for the world's soil.