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Other resources for finding or posting an on-farm internship:
- The Collaborative Regional Alliance for Farmer Training is an informal, member-driven network of farmers that offer internships on their organic and ecological farms. The goal of CRAFT Ontario is to enhance the internships offered by its member farms. The primary method of doing this is to offer regular field trips which usually take place at selected CRAFT farms. CRAFT Ontario is composed of several regional nodes. East central Ontario falls primarily within the Kawartha node. For more information, visit:
C.R.A.F.T. South-West Ontario
- The CRAFT node located in south-western Ontario. For more information, visit:
- GoodWork.ca is Canada's environmental job site. Since 2001, they have been connecting eco-minded Canadians, organizations and companies from coast to coast. Opportunities are available across the environnmental sector, including several pages of on-farm employment/internship opportunities. For more information, visit:
- FoodWork.ca is Canada's site for local, organic and sustainable food work. Bringing together locavores, gardeners, farmers, nonprofits and enterprise.
- The leading online job board for agriculture, food, and biotechnology.
- The Stewards of Irreplaceable Land work to link Canadian farmers with folks wanting to work and learn on an organic farm using sustainable practices. SOIL's goals are: To encourage the growth of sustainable agriculture; To expose those with little or no farming experience to valuable hands on learning opportunities; To assist farmers with the necessary support required to successfully run their organic operation. For more information on SOIL apprenticeships, visit:
- World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms is a loose network of national organisations that facilitate placement of volunteers on organic farms around the world. Volunteers are usually compensated with food and lodging, as well as with learning opportunities, although each placement varies from farm to farm. Information on Canadian WWOOFing opportunities can be found at: