Good Food Jobs, a gastro-job search tool, is “designed to link people looking for meaningful food work” with businesses that “need their energy, enthusiasm and intellect.”
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The mission of Greenhorns, “a non profit serving young farmers across America,” is to promote, support, and recruit young farmers in America and works to create a welcoming and hospitable culture for new entrants in sustainable agriculture. Its various programs and projects address the practical and social concerns of those in their first years farming, and emphasizes restorative land-practices, skill-building, networking and dialog.
World Wide Opportunities On Organic Farms (WWOOF) links volunteers with organic farms and growers. The website of The Federation of WWOOF organizations promotes the WWOOF movement and provides general information about WWOOF organizations worldwide with nearly 300 hosts in 39 countries.
Multinational Exchange for Sustainable Agriculture (MESA) connects sustainable farming leaders around the world for participatory learning and cross-cultural exchange to strengthen local, resilient food systems worldwide. Since 1997, MESA has connected over 1400 farmers, activists and advocates and helped launch 146 small-scale farms and food justice projects worldwide.
MESA’s model is rooted in share-and-learn exchange between cultures and generations to spur innovation and preserve traditional techniques worldwide and advance a farmer-led grassroots movement to transform the global food system. Training programs focus on ecological production practices, processing, direct marketing, community organizing and education, and organic crop research and breeding.