BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) _ Several North Dakota small farmers are set to teach their trade to budding farmers who might one day have farms of their own.
An education-focused nonprofit organization called Foundation for Agricultural and Rural Resource Management is taking applications for its new internship program.
Called FARRMS for short, the organization hopes to attract between five and 15 interns to live and work full time on a farm for a growing season.
Marketing and outreach coordinator Sue Balcom says that interns will be paid a stipend for their work. They'll also keep a journal about what they do, to be turned in at the end of the season. Applicants must be 18, have a valid driver's license and have a clean driving record.