Greece's first Demeter Certified farm is looking for a biodynamic person to care for its herd of sheep and help it grow. | Biodynamic Association

Greece’s first Demeter Certified farm is looking for a biodynamic person to care for its herd of sheep and help it grow.

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Trinity farm, located on the slopes ofAgia Triada, Farsala, Central Greece, is home to one of the first certified Greek biodynamic plantations. In 40 ha, at an altitude of about 500 m, we grow animal feed, cereals, pulses and vegetables in a beautiful landscape that is also furnished with ‘islands’ of native vegetation.

We are looking for someone to help us take our animal sector of currently 100 sheep a step further. We are seeking a knowledgeable, capable and hardworking biodynamically trained person to look after them, increase the size of the herd and work towards the progressive inclusion of other animal species. This will also include an emphasis on regenerative agriculture with the incorporation of more cover crops in order to extend the grazing season and convert to a pastured operation and a view towards increased added value operations with best utilization of the animal products.

This is an opportunity to build an animal farming business, practical as well as commercial; an opportunity to work on ecosystem restoration with learning while doing; a chance to be part of a team that boosts biodynamic farming in Greece. As the concept of team farming at Trinity farm is still in the early stages, the team is also in its early stages. But you can be part of it from the beginning and really help build it and share your ideas.

If you have experience with biodynamic sheep husbandry and you are interested in being part of our biodynamic expansion and journey please contact Alexandra Tsiadi at info@thetrinityfarm.gr

Find more about us: www.thetrinityfarm.gr