Christopher brings over 20 years of Horticulture experience to Inglewood Farm.
Originally from New Orleans he has spent time farming in Napa, California and Hawaii as well as in Louisiana.
His expert level of knowledge is already benefiting the Farm operations and we have very bright plans to develop Inglewood into a beautiful, functional place where kids and aspiring Farmers can come to enjoy the land and learn the complex and inspiring way of organic Farming.
Director of Markets & Education
Beth brings a passion for health and nutrition to the Farm. She connects Inglewood with the community through Markets and Field Trips, working to fulfill Inglewood’s mission of educating the community about sustainable agriculture and healthy food choices. RYT-200.
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.