2016 WARC summer crew
We couldn't do what we do without energetic and enthusiastic staff. Every spring we hire a seasonal field crew. It's a great way to learn first-hand about agriculture and horticultural research and production. Interested parties should contact the station and provide their resume.
Assistant Professor- Horticulture/Tree & Small Fruit
This position will focus on the development of a field-oriented research program that focuses on tree and small fruit production and crop protection in western Montana. The incumbent will manage the horticulture program for the Western Agricultural Research Center. The Department strives to maintain a rich and diverse faculty group, and women and underrepresented minorities are encouraged to apply. Please follow this link for more information. https://jobs.montana.edu/postings/4898
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