Nourish Farms is looking for an Executive Director to lead this smart, thriving good-food nonprofit that’s improving the health of Sheboygan County. Nourish is fortunate to have an active board of directors and professional team leading the strategy and implementation. This position is set to succeed as our first executive director has served Nourish and the community well and is ready for a new adventure after six years of service. Below is the job description, along with the features of Nourish and Sheboygan County. Applications are due August. 15Read More
Dear Nourish Friends and Supporters,
I am sad and excited to announce that this will be my last year with Nourish. I am sad because I will miss all the friends and good food connections I’ve made along the way. I am excited for my next chapter that may involve something with engineering, planning, food, sustainability or all the above. I am also excited for Nourish’s next chapter.Read More
By Jess Childs, Farm to School Program, Nutrition Educator Young People Ask the Best Questions.
Since beginning my Nutrition Educator career in September, I have been consistently amazed by the intelligent and honest questions students pose. They are not tied down by all the social constraints we adults deal with, but instead speak with absolute honesty, still believing wholeheartedly there is no such thing as a stupid question. It makes for lively and unpredictable conversations.Read More
Matt joined Nourish as our Educational Farm Coordinator in April of 2019. Matt’s interest in good, ethical food began in college with a particularly stubborn roommate, and grew in the years after, spending time around a number of friends in food service.Read More
Nourish Farms Inc. is seeking candidates for two paid summer internship positions. This is an excellent opportunity for people who are passionate about our food system and our community. Interns will engage daily in many different duties at the Educational Farm. Internship hours will be set for the entire summer upon acceptance and will culminate in a review at season’s end. Experience is not necessary, but a willingness to learn is a must.Read More