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Growing Communities is recruiting this year's growing trainees

Started Jan 10, 2020 0 Replies

Do you want to develop your growing skills?Growing Communities is an award-winning social enterprise based in Hackney. We run a weekly organic fruit and veg box scheme, the Growing Communities…Continue

GC is looking for a veg pack supervisor

Started Jan 6, 2020 0 Replies

Are you a reliable, practical and responsible person who enjoys managing a team and thinking on your feet? Growing Communities is looking for a Veg pack supervisor to carry out a range of…Continue

Tags: waste, economy, food

Growing Communities is recruiting this year's trainee urban growers

Started Jan 15, 2018 0 Replies

Growing Communities is an award-winning social enterprise based in Hackney. We run a weekly organic fruit and veg box scheme, the Growing Communities’ farmers’ market and a Patchwork Farm in Hackney,…Continue

Tags: economy, waste, biodiversity, community, farming

Growing Communities is recruiting - to teach kids at our Dagenham Farm

Started Apr 25, 2017 0 Replies

Grown in Dagenham Education and Volunteer Outreach WorkerGot lots of experience of teaching kids about food growing and cooking?Want to help get more Barking and Dagenham residents involved in food…Continue

Tags: biodiversity, teaching, farming, food

 

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Growing Communities is recruiting 2 paid interns

Growing Communities is taking on two paid interns for three months from 15 February to work alongside our head grower in our Hackney market gardens. This is aimed at young people aged 18-24 who are not currently enrolled in a higher education degree and live in or near Hackney. We would particularly welcome applications from Black, Asian and minority ethnic young people (aged 18-24) as we recognise that racial and cultural diversity is chronically lacking in the horticultural and…See More
Jan 13
Richenda Wilson posted a discussion

Growing Communities is recruiting this year's growing trainees

Do you want to develop your growing skills?Growing Communities is an award-winning social enterprise based in Hackney. We run a weekly organic fruit and veg box scheme, the Growing Communities farmers’ market and a Patchwork Farm in Hackney, made up of several small urban market gardens.We are currently recruiting three urban trainee growers. The (unpaid) traineeship will involve learning all the different aspects involved in growing vegetables with a particular emphasis on salad leaves. These…See More
Jan 10, 2020
Richenda Wilson posted a discussion

GC is looking for a veg pack supervisor

Are you a reliable, practical and responsible person who enjoys managing a team and thinking on your feet? Growing Communities is looking for a Veg pack supervisor to carry out a range of administrative and practical tasks to ensure packing days for our organic fruit and veg scheme run smoothly and effectively.Growing Communities is a social enterprise based in Hackney that’s building a fairer, more sustainable food system by supporting local small-scale organic farmers. We run a successful…See More
Jan 6, 2020

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About me
Work at Growing Communities, the Hackney-based social enterprise that runs a thriving organic veg box scheme and Stoke Newington Farmers' Market. We also grow salad for the box scheme on our urban market gardens in Hackney parks and train apprentices in organic veg growing.
Website
http://www.growingcommunities.org
Interests
Biodiversity, Built Environment, Food, Green Economy

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Growing Communities is recruiting 2 paid interns

Posted on January 13, 2021 at 18:36 0 Comments

Growing Communities is taking on two paid interns for three months from 15 February to work alongside our head grower in our Hackney market gardens. This is aimed at young people aged 18-24 who are not currently enrolled in a higher education degree and live in or near Hackney. We would particularly welcome applications from Black, Asian and minority ethnic young people (aged 18-24) as we recognise that racial and cultural diversity is chronically lacking in the horticultural and…

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