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Meet the Farmers
Scott Franklin
Vegetable Manager
Scott joined Inglewood in the fall of 2017 and brings his experience of managing vegetable farms in the Northeast.  
Joining Scott on the farm is his wife, Elise and their daughter.  Elise works with the University of Louisiana, Lafayette. 

Beth Hebert
Markets & Community Outreach

Beth brings a passion for health and nutrition to our Market team. In addition to working in fields, she connects with people through markets, school visits, and farm tours and field trips, helping to fulfill Inglewood’s mission of educating the community about sustainable agriculture and healthy food choices.

Become an Intern
We are looking for energetic, good-natured, skilled, knowledgeable and committed interns to help us at Inglewood Farm.

We use sustainable farming practices and incorporate biological methods to produce chemical-free, nutrient-dense foods. Our interns will learn and be involved in every aspect of healthy, chemical-free crop and livestock production. Responsibilities may include feeding animals, moving animals, budget management, composting, soil prep, seeding, cultivating, and weeding.

We offer two intern programs -- a full-time position consisting of 40 - 50 hour work weeks; and a 30 hour per week position.  Both programs provide housing and vegetables and the opportunity to work along side experienced organic farm managers.

Recent News
May 25,2018
Fresh vegetables and pasture raised meat delivered right to your door!  We are excited to team up with WAITR ...Read more
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