Working at Greenacres

We are a non-profit dedicated to conservation, generative agriculture, research, and providing immersive educational experiences focusing on nature, agriculture, music, and the arts. We are a certified Pony Club Riding Center and offer introductory horse-back riding lesson programs for children 8-18 years-old. Greenacres also hosts events including weddings, private events, and symphony concerts.

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Greenacres Foundation offers exciting and engaging career paths for everyone!  We have a wide-variety of job opportunities throughout the organization. Whether you are looking for a mission-driven administrative or scientific role, a “hands-on” teaching position, or a profession working outdoors, Greenacres would love to get to know you!

We offer careers in the following Departments:

  • Administrative
  • Agriculture (Livestock & Garden)
  • Education (Environmental, Agricultural, Music, Art, and Water Quality) 
  • Equine 
  • Buildings & Grounds
  • Events
  • Research 


Available Positions

Top Workplace

We have been recognized as a Top Workplace for 2022! Greenacres is extremely proud of its employees, their contribution and dedication to the organization’s positive culture. We all thrive to create a team environment in which each member feels motivated, committed, and valued. We are constantly improving and growing. We offer professional training opportunities to all employees who have been with the company for more than six months. 

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The Arts Center gardens today! 😍

The Summer plantings at the Arts Center create the perfect atmosphere for events. Every year our garden team spends months planning and planting a mix of flowers that provides a beautiful ambiance and encourages pollinators to visit the property.

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Echinacea, the sweetest ewe in our flock, gave birth to triplet lambs over the weekend!Lamb triplets are fairly rare and this is the first time it’s happened at Greenacres.

Ewes only have 2 teats, making it hard for a momma to feed 3 at once. Thankfully another ewe who had a single baby is also feeding one of the triplets. The livestock team will keep a close eye on all three to make sure everyone gets enough to eat.

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