Longmont Cultiva Youth Project

The Longmont Cultiva Youth Project is a youth leadership program in which youth ages 14-18 operate a one-acre urban organic farm, growing food for the Longmont community while developing leadership and job skills. Farm Crew members work together to seed, tend and harvest organic produce for Growing Gardens’ Food Project, which provides fresh, healthy vegetables to community members in need. Throughout the summer, Farm Crew members deepen connections with our community by engaging in volunteer projects, and by gleaning and donating produce.

Longmont Cultiva is Hiring for 2018 Positions!

Farm Crew Ages 14-18, (must have a social security number to apply) are paid an hourly wage of $10.20 and work Tuesdays and Thursdays 7:30 AM - 12:30 PM  for 9 weeks from June 5th - August 2nd tending the farm, harvesting vegetables to donate to the community, gleaning, and learning about nutrition, cooking, and more. Farm Crew members track and record their hours in an online system. Paychecks are issued bi-weekly.

Longmont Cultiva Schedule (this schedule is approximate, subject to change)


  • Mandatory Orientation for Farm Crew: Thursday, May 17th 7pm-8pm *One parent or guardian must attend this meeting along with the Farm Crew member*

  • LGBTQ 101 Training for Farm Crew: Tuesday, May 29th Time TBD

June 5th - August 2nd:

  • Longmont Cultiva Farm Crew works Tuesdays and Thursdays 7:30am-12:30pm to tend the farm and harvest produce to donate to our community partners serving locals that are food insecure.

  • In addition, each member will work 1 Saturday morning Gleaning shifts at the Longmont Farmers’ market. Dates TBD.  

August 5th:

  • Opportunity to be a part of our Annual Farm Dinner Fundraiser Saturday, August 5th 5pm-7pm.

Longmont Cultiva Farm Crew Applications (due April 16th, 2018):

Please complete the application HERE via our online form.

Or download this application in English or this application in Spanish and email to [email protected]

For questions about Cultiva Longmont please call Dakota-Rae at (720) 600-2863, or contact [email protected]