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Cricket James
· September 15, 2017
Organic farming at its finest! Top quality veggies! Owner Ariel is the most passionate, innovated, intelligent committed organic farmer. Finds new ways every year to extend his growing season. The ki...ng of Brussels Sprouts and Kohlrabi for sure. Very inspiring. See More
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Seed to Seed Farm is hiring!

We are looking for a wonderful Crew Leader to join 5 other staff members in running our 12 acre certified organic wholesale operation. The job pays $15/hour and goes from Mid March through Mid November. Applicants should have at least 2 seasons of farming experience under their belt. For more information email Ariel at arielpressman@gmail.com

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Is the season almost over already? Somehow every farm season feels like it goes by in both 10 seconds and 10 years - even the farm holds 2 truths I guess. Thanks to The Heavy Table for ending our season with a really nice write up

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Farmer Ariel Pressman of Seed to Seed Farm reflects on working the land, discovering the joys of the Upper Midwest, and the Brussels sprouts boom.
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Thanks so much to Lakewinds for inviting us into their store to talk with WCCO - we had a great time. Any day I get to talk about Giant Kohlrabi at 5AM is a good day. I think we might need to send some Kohlrabi to the WCCO news team though...

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Meet your farmer! Ariel from Seed to Seed grows some of the most amazing, high-quality organic produce in the area. WCCO-TV | CBS Minnesota stopped by to get the inside scoop on everything you can find in stores this week! 🍅🥒

It seems like the Onions at Seed to Seed are always a little late to the party. Not to worry though, our crew worked hard all of last week to get them transplanted into our awesome new raised beds.

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Took a tillage selfie yesterday - such nice weather to be up on the tractor Our first plants of the season will be going in the ground on Wednesday .

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Spring is so close! We just received over 30,000lbs of potting soil - and in less than 4 weeks will be firing up the greenhouses. Can't wait!

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Say hello to Seed to Seed's newest addition. This green machine makes a raised bed, lays fertilizer and plastic all in one go. It will help us significantly cut our fertilizer usage. At the same time it will help us deal far better with extreme weather events so we can keep bringing you delicious veggies rain or shine.

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Happy Monday everyone! I forgot to post this over the fall. Hopefully some summer images of local farms will help us all remember that it isn't always this cold. Thanks again to Lakewinds for their unyielding support of both my farm and the local food economy.

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The Lakewinds Organic Field Fund is a grant program that supports local, organic farmers. The funds help farmers buy equipment, pay for organic certification...
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Looks like Seed to Seed's 2017 season just arrived in a very large box! I'm especially excited to trial 4 different artichoke varieties this year.

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Seed to Seed farm is hiring 2 crew leaders for next season!

To apply: email a resume and cover letter to: arielpressman@gmail.com

Compensation: $12.02/hour with free housing.

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Employment Period: First week of March until 2nd week of November.

Seed to Seed Farm is a 12 acre, certified organic farm that specializes in wholesaling high quality produce to local coops, supermarkets, schools and restaurants. We take an enormous amount of pride in the quality and quantity of produce that leaves our first generation farm. Even though we are on the small side we relish efficiency. Utilizing high tunnels, tractors and other equipment to get the absolute most out of our time and our land while still being responsible stewards. In addition to produce Seed to Seed has a growing wholesale plant start business with over 4000 square feet of greenhouse space.

Crew leaders are responsible for nothing less than keeping the farm successfully running. They are the most essential part of what we do at Seed to Seed. Crew leaders participate in every aspect of the operation of the farm. However, their largest task is ensuring the daily plan is carried out in an efficient and high quality manner. This requires a combination of being able to follow directions, pay strong attention to detail and being able to make strong independent decisions. This job will involve directly supervising a crew of 4 people in every aspect of planting, cultivating, harvesting and packing produce. An ideal candidate should be comfortable supervising a small crew, holding a group accountable to efficiency and quality standards and working on or around medium sized farm equipment. Crew leaders must be able and willing to lead by example in the quality of their work.

Required Experience:
- 2 + seasons of experience on a production scale vegetable farm

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Seed to Seed farm is 2 crew leaders for next season!

To apply: email a resume and cover letter to: arielpressman@gmail.com

Compensation: $12.02/hour with free housing.

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Employment Period: First week of March until 2nd week of November.

Seed to Seed Farm is a 12 acre, certified organic farm that specializes in wholesaling high quality produce to local coops, supermarkets, schools and restaurants. We take an enormous amount of pride in the quality and quantity of produce that leaves our first generation farm. Even though we are on the small side we relish efficiency. Utilizing high tunnels, tractors and other equipment to get the absolute most out of our time and our land while still being responsible stewards. In addition to produce Seed to Seed has a growing wholesale plant start business with over 4000 square feet of greenhouse space.

Crew leaders are responsible for nothing less than keeping the farm successfully running. They are the most essential part of what we do at Seed to Seed. Crew leaders participate in every aspect of the operation of the farm. However, their largest task is ensuring the daily plan is carried out in an efficient and high quality manner. This requires a combination of being able to follow directions, pay strong attention to detail and being able to make strong independent decisions. This job will involve directly supervising a crew of 4 people in every aspect of planting, cultivating, harvesting and packing produce. An ideal candidate should be comfortable supervising a small crew, holding a group accountable to efficiency and quality standards and working on or around medium sized farm equipment. Crew leaders must be able and willing to lead by example in the quality of their work.

Required Experience:
- 2 + seasons of experience on a production scale vegetable farm

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I can't believe it's already time for our first cultivation. That crazy contraption below is our Kress Cultivator which we used to weed our kale last week.

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Farming can be a lot of things. Yesterday it was an epic showdown between us and a giant turtle trying to convince it to move 10 feet so we could hook up the Chisel Plow.

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Come visit us at the first Mill City Market of the season tomorrow from 8AM-1PM. We'll have all the certified organic plant starts you need to start your garden. From Salad Bowls to Tomatoes to Cabbage and Strawberries and much more!

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With all this rainy weather our cold frame is getting pretty full while our plants wait patiently for their turn to go into the field. This morning we moved 14,000 kale plants one step closer to your kitchen.

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