See the below opportunities - note that the positions are seasonal, but do have some flexibility in start and end dates!

Julie Cotton, M.S.

Academic Specialist
Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems
Michigan State University
A264 Plant and Soil Science Building
East Lansing, MI 48824

517-355-0271 ext. 1156

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The Greater Lansing Food Bank (GLFB) is offering seasonal internships through their Garden Project Program and Lansing Roots Program. All position descriptions and instructions on how to apply are attached to this email. Positions are seasonal and start and end dates for each are flexible. Applicants with diverse interests and backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
Through the GLFB, the Garden Project cultivates connections so that all community members can have access to fresh healthy foods through gardening opportunities.  The program supports a network of over 90 community gardens and 400 community gardeners.
The Lansing Roots Program is designed to support historically under-served, new, or beginning farmers as they develop successful farm enterprises through an incubator farm setting.  Lansing Roots provides program participants with land, spring field preparation, access to tools, water access, fall cover crop planting, education, sales opportunities, and barn/hoop house/wash station access. 
Thanks for the help,
Katie Kabot | AmeriCorps Fresh Foods Volunteer Coordinator
greater lansing food bank
mailing: p.o. box 16224 | lansing, mi 48901
office: 919 filley | lansing, mi 48906
p: 517.853.7806 f: 517.853.7817 |
Serving Eaton, Ingham, Clinton, Shiawassee, Gratiot, Isabella & Clare counties.