Welcoming the New Faces of Polyface
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Today marks one week.

Our summer interns have officially been working on Polyface Farm for one week. We love them already.

Meet the team (in no particular order):

  • Shrader from California
  • Heather from Colorado
  • Derek from Australia
  • Michael from New York
  • Peter from New York
  • Leah from Virginia
  • Savannah from Ohio
  • Ben from Oregon
  • Jonathan from North Carolina

Left to Right: Leah, Derek, Jonathan, Shrader, Ben, Michael, Peter, Heather, Savannah

 

And here they are with the “bosses” – Eric and Daniel (on the ends):

To check out more about the qualifications and how to apply for Polyface Summer Internship program, visit the page on our website here.

What is new for you this summer?

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About Sheri Salatin

Sheri is married to Daniel Salatin. She is the marketing director at Polyface Farm and stay-at-home mom of three children. Sheri is passionate about clean food and is enjoying working the land along side her husband. When not farming, Sheri can be found reading, writing, sewing, baking and serving in her church family.
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10 Responses to Welcoming the New Faces of Polyface

  1. Good for them. I hope they are not only study hard test takers type students, but also real hands-on thinkers able to figure out the intelligently design natural world around for which practical application through replication will create successes in their real world scientific endeavours.

  2. Great pictures and looks like a great team, how wonderful that you are able to share the knowledge with so many from around the globe!

  3. Dawn says:

    What a great crew – they’re going to have a great summer! Thanks for sharing the pictures.

  4. Leilani says:

    Great looking crew!

  5. Sherral says:

    So jealous! I would love to come work with you all! Do you take interns with 3 young kids? Lol!
    Probably not. I guess I’ll have to continue my distance and online education! 🙂

  6. Caitlyn M. says:

    Very nice pictures! 🙂

  7. daisyglitter says:

    You guys need to make an internship for families! Get the city guys out there, the wives can pool their talents and its an instant homeschooling co-op! Built in: next generation farm education (so the kids don’t have to grow up knowing nothing about the outdoors). Okay, I don’t see how that would logistically work, but it would be amazing!

    • Sheri Salatin says:

      We have had married couples in the past. Both have to apply and be accepted on their own. 🙂 Derek is married, but his family stayed behind for the summer. He’ll be going back to Australia and teaching them.

  8. Mrs H says:

    Time to learn, I reckon, and they’ll all do so well at that!

  9. Kirk Wilson says:

    After hearing Daniel & Sheri describe in a workshop at the PASA Conference what it took to get in this picture, I have a deep appreciation for this bunch!