Do you have a positive attitude and love working hard outside in all conditions? Are you fine with being super dirty and sweaty
for the duration of the work day? Do you consider blisters, bee stings, sore muscles, and minor cuts all part of the job of farming? Have you been dreaming working with flowers? Then keep reading, we may have a job for you!

Farm Hand

By: Jane Howard Photography

Our Ideal Candidate is:

- Interested in sustainable farming
- A self-starter and able to work on/start tasks on their own with a strong willingness to learn
- Detail oriented and able to pay attention to plant quality
- Able to perform physically demanding and repetitive task (bending, kneeling, etc.) and able to lift 40-50 lbs
- Willing to accept and implement feedback quickly
- Willing to give feedback about the ways the farm can improve
- Has reliable transportation to and from work and is on time. We'd like you to respect our work time just like we respect your non-work time

Job Responsibilities / Expectations for a Farm Crew Member:

- General farm labor including but not limited to harvesting, washing and packing produce, weeding, plant removal, preparing planting beds, watering, transplanting, tote/bucket washing, seeding, fertilization, pest/disease management, and farm clean-up

Hours / Schedule / Compensation:

- 20 Hours per week April - October. Must be available 3 days a week, including Wednesdays and Fridays
- Hours are between 7 AM to 2 PM based on the time of year.

- Must be able to provide references
- Must be able to pass a background check
- This position is seasonal, it ends in October
- Pay starts at $13/hourly (determined by experience)

If interested, please email info@wetknotfarms.com with FarmCrew2024 as your subject line. Please include a resume and tell us a bit about yourself - Why you'd like to work for us, why you're interested in sustainable farming, any previous farming/gardening experience, and any floral experience you have. No previous farming or floral experience required.


Bouquet Crew

By: Emily Grant

Our Ideal Candidate is:

- Interested in floral work
- A self-starter and able to work on/start tasks on their own with a strong willingness to learn
- Detail oriented and able to pay attention to plant quality
- Able to perform physically demanding and repetitive task (bending, kneeling, etc.) and able to lift 25-30 lbs
- Willing to accept and implement feedback quickly
- Willing to give feedback about the ways the operations can improve
- Has reliable transportation to and from work and is on time. We'd like you to respect our work time just like we respect your non-work time

Job Responsibilities / Expectations for a Bouquet Crew Member:

- Creating Market Flower Bouquets on Wednesdays and Fridays
- Tasks Include, but not limited to, processing flowers, washing buckets, stamping sleeves, and maintaining the floral studio
- Wash / Pack Vegetables in slower floral months
- Potential to work Saturday markets
- Merchandising is a plus

Hours / Schedule / Compensation:

- 12 to 15 Hours per week April - September. Must be available 2 days a week, including Wednesdays and Fridays
- Hours are between 10 AM to 5 PM based on the time of year.- Potential Additional 5 Hours on Saturday (Market Season)

- Must be able to provide references
- Must be able to pass a background check
- This position is seasonal, it ends in September
- Pay starts at $13/hourly (determined by experience)

If interested, please email info@wetknotfarms.com with BouquetCrew2024 as your subject line. Please include a resume and tell us a bit about yourself - Why you'd like to work for us, why you're interested in the position, any previous farming/gardening experience, and any floral experience you have. No previous floral experience required.


** Please note that we do market bouquets, which is not high designer work. We build our bouquets to be astatically pleasing, but also in a way that can be done quickly.**