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Share the Harvest Farm, a non-profit six-acre farm and seasonal farm stand in East Hampton, NY, is hiring a delivery driver and field worker for the remainder of the 2020 season. Responsibilities include: making weekly deliveries to farm stand customers and food pantries, packing produce orders for sale and delivery, harvesting, transplanting, weeding, and other field work as required. Must have a valid and clean driver’s license and be comfortable driving a small paneled delivery van.


This is a 40-hr week position, Monday-Friday, starting immediately and extending through the fall. Previous experience in the food industry, farming, or horticulture preferred, but not required.


To apply, please send your resume to


Share the Harvest Farm is an equal opportunity employer.

STH is an equal opportunity employer.


Our growing internship program allows interested students to learn soil stewardship and organic and sustainable farming practices in a seasonal immersion program. In the past, our interns have been involved in all aspects of what we do: field and greenhouse farming, farm stand operations, CSA distribution, fresh produce deliveries, and education programs.

The application period for our 2020 summer internship program is now closed. If you'd like more information about seasonal positions available on our farm, send us a message!



At Share the Harvest Farm, we encourage anyone interested in what we do to volunteer and experience the rewards of community farming. Those who have joined in our efforts have become a part of our farm family and year after year they come back with helping hands. Volunteers learn to sow seeds, harvest produce, gain insight into organic methods, and enjoy the camaraderie of the Farm experience. Extra hands are always welcome at Share the Harvest Farm.

If you would like to volunteer, please send us an email and we will get back to you!

"My summer at Share the Harvest Farm was more than I could have ever asked for in my first-ever farming experience. I spent the summer immersed in the soil, in sustainable-farming practices, and in food-injustice issues while surrounded by the most incredible crew."

Justina Soltys, 2017 & 2018 Intern

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