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Rutgers University
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At 05:06 PM 5/15/97 -0400, Erin Reiko Haramoto wrote:
>Is anyone aware of a comprehensive listing of sustainable agriculture
>opportunities on the internet?
>By "opportunities" I mean research assistant positions, farm hand
>positions on alternative farms, and other jobs to get a feel for the field
>(no pun intended).  
>I've found lots of listings for estuarine/marine jobs through the Sea
>Grant pages but haven't had similar luck with the Land Grant pages.
>I'd appreciate any suggestions...
>Erin Haramoto