Come work with us! 

 March 2024:

We’re looking to hire a few more farmers to join us for the 2024 growing season. Ideally we are looking for folks to work 5 days a week (Monday-Friday), 8 hours per day, but are open to part timers too. This is a diverse job. We are looking for help doing a wide range of field work including hoeing, hand weeding, harvest, planting, washing and packing produce, and possibly selling at farmers markets. Applicants must be capable of lifting 50 lbs and enthusiastic about working alone and with other people doing work that is often repetitive. Some farming experience is preferred, as is familiarity/enthusiasm for working outdoors in all kinds of weather. Reliable transportation to Westport and Little Compton required. Hours are Monday through Friday 7-3:30 with a 30 minute lunch break, with the potential of working Thursdays at the farmers market 11am-7:30 or 8pm

Hourly pay ranges with experience in the $15-17/ hour range, plus lots of seasonal, organic produce. * Potential for on-farm housing for the right candidate *.

We have work for you until Thanksgiving, possibly beyond, often through until Solstice. We will also consider applicants who are only available for summer work. Winter work may be available.

For the right person there is opportunity to advance onto our core crew, the full time year round farmers that make we rely on to make the farm go. Come show us you're reliable, talented and ready to take on responsibility and we can talk longer term.  

To Apply: Please send resume and cover letter or equivalent to Feel free to reach out with questions, or to request more information. 

About the Farm:

Skinny Dip Farm is owned and operated by Hannah and Ben Wolbach. We started in 2011, so this will be our 14th season in operation. We farm both at our home, on about 1.5 acres in Little Compton, and on another 4 or so acres of leased land in Westport. We grow a wide variety of certified organic crops which are sold at farmers markets, through a small CSA, to restaurants and caterers and through an online store. We primarily grow vegetables, with an emphasis on salad greens, but also grow flowers (+/- .25 acre), herbs and some other oddball crops like dry beans and flour corn. We also run chickens on cover crop as part of our fertility plan and sent about 250 to slaughter in 2023. We grow and sell year round, with winter production in 4 unheated high tunnels, 3 cat tunnels and right outside for as long as we can, which is pretty deep into December most years in our ocean influenced South Coast locations. We manage our two properties differently, leaning towards minimal till, intensive methods on the home property and tractor based extensive methods on the leased land, though that is and has been evolving. We run the farm with a small crew, 6 people in 2023, who are very involved in most aspects of running the farm. We take great pride in the quality of our produce and our commitment to caring for the land we farm.