Who We Are
BIPOC owned homestead practicing heritage era farming traditions - regenerative agriculture, rotational grazing, pasture-based production, and ecological recycling.
Our mission is to bring people together with delicious food through transparent farming methods in efforts to increase access of healthy, organic, affordable food.
Our approach is backed by agricultural science and heritage era traditions that benefit the environment and prevent ecological damage.
TünTüm Blackhill is seeking interns who are interested in gaining hands-on experience in livestock ranching and crop cultivation. Challenged with projects, robust goals and aggressive timelines, interns will be walk away equipped with the valuable insight needed to transition into a successful career in this industry.
Our aim is to select exceptional students who are seeking to develop their knowledge and skills while being mentored and coached by an impassioned homesteader. We hope to contribute to the eco-movement by passing on the disciplines that disrupt the domination of monoculture in agriculture.
Who We Are Looking For
Interns will be expected to be in close proximity, if not directly engage with: to ducks, chickens, pigs, and cows. Depending on role, candidates must be able to perform the essential job functions, labour, and/or tasks with or without a reasonable accommodation.
TünTüm Blackhill is committed equal employment opportunities to individuals regardless of sex/gender, sexual orientation, age, disability, race, color, ethnicity, religion, creed, national origin, or other protected characteristics as defined by state, federal, or local law.