The Greater Lansing Food Bank is seeking a Plant Propagation Intern for spring semester to produce vegetable seedlings in a greenhouse for the Garden Project
and Lansing Roots
programs. Responsibilities include:
· Seed selection and starting, watering, nutrient management, and ongoing plant maintenance · Management of greenhouse space (learn climate control mechanisms, organize and clean greenhouse materials) · Self-motivation will increase possibilities of service scope and may include conducting seed starting workshops, and creating educational materials
10 hours per week minimum, 15-20 preferred. Includes a stipend ranging from $500-1500 depending on availability and experience. For a full position description, including application instructions, follow this link.
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Julie Cotton, M.S.Academic SpecialistSustainable Agriculture & Food Systems
Michigan State University
1066 Bogue St., Room A264
Plant and Soil Science Building
East Lansing, MI 48824