The nonprofit Holden Land Trust is seeking for someone with a heck of a green thumb and to live a life of the land.  Check out this post that the Holden Land Trust posted on Saturday:

The post states the organization needs someone to farm the land for 2 to 5 years:

The Holden Land Trust is looking for a farmer interested in working the 50 tillable acres of fields for agricultural purposes. Our goals are: To keep the fields productive by mowing, haying, raising crops, or other sustainable farming endeavors; To improve the soil quality of the fields by adding nutrients as appropriate for long term, sustained farm use; To enter into a 2-5 year lease that benefits both parties.

Holden Land Trust is a non profit organization started in 2004 that seeks to preserve and protect land the community of Holden.

According to their website, non-profit's mission is to identify and preserve the "... wildlife habitat, scenic vistas, agricultural lands, wetland access and working forests integral to the rural character of Holden, for the benefit of current and future generations."

To follow Holden Land Trust, check out their Facebook page.