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Climate Resilient, 
High Quality, 
Community Focused


With love, we aim to bring you the highest quality produce grown in the most sustainable way we know how. 

We're hiring for 2024!

We hiring a full-time (40 hrs/week) crew member for the 2024 growing season from April 1 - November 1.

The right applicant will start part-time for the month of April (20 hrs/week: 8am-Noon) and transition to full-time (40 hrs/week: 7am-4pm) from May 1-November 1.  Scheduled hours are 7am-4pm and change to 6:30am-3:30pm in summer, weather-depending. Pay is $15/hr.


Job Details:Come join the team on our beautiful 3.5-acre, certified organic, no-till/no-spray farm. Crew members will gain extensive experience with all aspects of veggie production here at Astarte, including but not limited to, transplanting, weeding, trellising, pest control, harvesting, and no-till bed management. The ideal candidate is able to learn many tasks quickly and precisely, is naturally energized by the prospect of working outside in a small group, has stamina for long days of physical work, and has a great sense of humor and fun! Most importantly, we are looking for candidates that seek out physical activity in their daily lives and who are self-motivated by the mission of our farm. Applicants must be able to lift 50 lbs repeatedly and be content to work outside in all types of weather.  


Applicants who submit their materials by December 15 will be given first consideration, but we will continue interviewing candidates until we find the right person! To Apply: Email with a resume, a brief statement about yourself and your interest in working at Astarte Farm, and a minimum of two references.



Astarte Farm is a wholesale fruit and vegetable grower, delivering no-till, certified organic produce to Western Massachusetts. 

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Signups for 2024 CSA Shares are officially open! Follow the link below to learn more and sign up.

Thank you so much for your continued support of no-till farming practices and local food!



Learn about the benefits of no-till farming, and how Astarte Farm is pushing the envelop on what it means to "grow sustainably". 

Together, we can cultivate more resilient ecosystems and communities in the face of climate change. 

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