Land Stewardship Action Fund Coordinator/LSP organizer (May 2019)

We are seeking someone who can coordinate the Land Stewardship Action Fund (LSAF), a 501(c)4 issue advocacy organization that works to use politics to advance a progressive, people-centered vision for the pressing issues facing Minnesota regarding rural communities, small and midsize farmers, and the land. Part of this position’s time will be spent as an organizer in Land Stewardship Project’s (LSP) Policy and Organizing Program, and part as the lead staff/coordinator for LSAF. The application deadline is May 22. A full job description and details on applying are here.

Frac Sand & Factory Farm Organizer (March 2019)

The Land Stewardship Project is seeking to hire a community organizer to help advance our work for stewardship of the land and a just farm and food system in Minnesota. The organizer will lead LSP’s work on opposing frac sand mining in southeastern Minnesota and be a part of LSP’s work opposing factory farms. The position emphasizes mobilizing farmers, rural residents and others to build power and mount public pressure for stewardship and justice in Minnesota’s farm and food system through winning local policies that limit or ban frac sand mining and rein in factory farms and corporate concentration in agriculture. The position will remain open until filled. For a job description and details on applying, click here.

Volunteer for LSP

The Land Stewardship Project literally could not fulfill its mission without the hard work of our volunteers. Volunteers help us do everything from stuff envelopes and make telephone calls to enter data and set up logistics for meetings. If you’d like to volunteer in one of our offices, contact:

• Montevideo, Minn.—Terry VanDerPol, 320-269-2105,

• Lewiston, Minn. — Karen Benson, 507-523-3366,

• Minneapolis, Minn. — Maddie Hyde, 612-722-6377,