As you can imagine, there is a lot of work involved in running a farm! We care for animals, work in gardens, and produce cider. We also have a bakery, a store, a playground with a maze, and a tour service. Our farm is open nearly every day attracting locals who stop in for fresh produce, busloads of school children, and visitors from all over the world. We need a wide variety of help!
If you see work you would enjoy doing, we have a form at our store you can fill out. Also, you can drop off or mail your letter of interest. Tell us a little about yourself, your related work experience, the days & hours you are available, and your general salary requirements. Include a resume if you’d like. All of these positions require a light heart, a willing spirit, and the eligibility to work in the US.
Work at the direction of the Baker. Measure, mix, and clean up!
Although cashiering in our store is your primary responsibility, you’ll be greeting everyone who walks in the door with a smile. You’ll see moms with toddlers, lots of school kids, and people who may not speak English. You’ll weigh produce, make change, process credit cards, and perform other work as needed in the farm store.
Wednesday is pie day! Join other smiling faces in the bakery as we assemble 200-250 fruit pies. Press dough into pie pans. Fill with a variety of fruits. Finish with appropriate topping. Lid, label, and freeze!
We have chickens, ducks, turkeys, rabbits, and more. Each one needs food, water, house-keeping, and some loving attention every day.
We grow a wide variety of flowers and produce. From dahlias to flower beds, green onions, tomatoes, pumpkins, and more. The beds need preparation, seed sowing, transplanting, weeding, pinching, and harvesting. All delivered with joy and appreciation. You can grow here, too!
Meet the public. Represent our farm. Sell produce, cider, and baked goods.
Deliver our cider to the Seattle & Portland areas and pick up or deliver produce to other local farms.
Use mechanical and/or building skills to help with our farm equipment, upkeep, and maintenance.
Harvest help from mid-September to early November. Prepare our farm for Fall Festival that includes a Pumpkin Patch, music, food, and lots of visitors.