About Seed to Table
Building community through fresh vegetables is at the heart of the Sisters-based non-profit, Seed to Table Oregon. Based on a four-acre farm plot, Seed to Table feeds up to 600 families weekly and educates nearly 1,500 students per year. The mission of S2T is to increase the health and wellness of the Central Oregon community through providing equitable access to farm-fresh produce and through providing opportunities in farm-based education. Seed to Table envisions a community where people of all races, ages, sexual orientations, genders, abilities, geographies, and socioeconomic statuses have access to fresh produce and farm-based education. Seed to Table is an equal opportunity employer. Our board and staff are dedicated to following organic practices to provide fresh veggies that are nourishing, locally grown, and reflect the preferences of those we serve. At Seed to Table, we all participate in nearly every aspect of providing equitable access to produce and farm-based education to our community. Our team is excited to bring in new team members. Our three main program areas are K-8 education, Feeding Families (produce production), and management of the Sisters Farmers Market.
Our operation is dynamic, with three main program areas of K-8 education, Feeding Families (produce production), and management of the Sisters Farmers Market. Our team is excited to bring in an additional team member to work within the veggie production with a focus on carrying out on-farm operations. Our farm crew is composed of 4-5 individuals each year, led by Assistant Farm Director and Farm Director.