Trustees hiring for fall and winter positions

The Trustees nonprofit, a Massachusetts land conservation organization, recently announced open positions for part-time staff at Powisset Farm, Rocky Woods, Noanet Woodlands and other properties in Charles River Valley.

Positions include land stewardship, property conservation and maintenance, event assistants for programming for adults and children, weekend guards, culinary assistants, retail associates at the farm, farm team members and children’s educators.

The properties of the Charles River Valley Trustees are located in Dover, Medfield, Sherborn, Needham, Millis, South Natick, Southborough and Uxbridge. The environment of the Trustees team is focused on providing high quality experiences for visitors to their farms and nature-based properties. Part-time positions are ideal for those interested in sharing the outdoors, experiential learning or farm-fresh food and cooking. Many roles are client-oriented and require strong interpersonal skills. The positions available are perfect for those who want flexible hours, work in a concert environment, or are interested in a few weekday evenings or weekends.

“There are so many opportunities to get involved and share with the community the incredible work we do on our farms and recreational properties,” said DA Hayden, Charles River Valley Trustee Portfolio Manager.

To learn more about these vacancies and apply, visit and search for Powisset Farm, Chestnut Hill Farm, Rocky Woods or Noanet Woodlands as your location. For any questions, contact [email protected]

In addition to the part-time positions at the properties, the Trustees have a volunteer program that supports activity at all Charles River Valley properties. Volunteer and internship roles exist for agricultural and natural properties and include opportunities in trail and building maintenance, animal and plant production, culinary and public programming for children, adults and families.

To learn more about director volunteer programs, visit

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