Thank you for your interest in the Hope Farms Apprentice program for military veterans.

Background Information
Hope Farms is a 7-acre urban farm dedicated to improving community health by providing direct access to healthy and affordable fresh fruits and vegetables.   Located in the Sunnyside neighborhood of Houston, Texas, the farm serves as a valuable resource for local residents and the city at large by providing access to fresh produce, nutrition education programs and job training for military veterans. 

In operation since the Fall of 2016, Hope Farms serves as a complementary and critical layer to expand Recipe for Success Foundation’s mission and address community health in a powerful and fundamental way.  The farm uses intensive, organic methods to generate significant food crops in the midst of one of Houston’s recognized food deserts. Incorporating the Rolling Green Market and the Veteran Farmer Training program, Hope Farms is the foundation of the future Hope Farms Co-op that will facilitate, promote and support a network of small urban growers to serve the broader market.

As part of the Department of Labor’s ApprenticeshipUSA program, the Hope Farm Apprentice is a unique position that offers the dynamic opportunity to gain deep experience and diverse skills in the realm of sustainable agriculture, while learning the fundamentals of small business management in preparation for a future career in agriculture.  Working directly with the Chief Agricultural Officer and Farm Manager, the apprentice will be involved in all aspects of the farm, including: planting and maintenance of sustainable and organic vegetable production; community engagement and education; direct marketing and sales; and helping to establish a farming model for long-term success. 

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If you have any additional questions, please contact Justin Myers, Chief Agricultural Officer, at or call 713/520.0443

Recipe for Success Foundation