Member Since: January 2024



  • Looking for a farm in:
  • Alberta
  • British Columbia
  • Manitoba
  • Saskatchewan
  • New Brunswick
  • Newfoundland
  • Nova Scotia
  • Northwest Territories
  • Nunavut
  • Ontario
  • Prince Edward Island
  • Quebec
  • Yukon
  • Number of years farming:
  • 3-5 years
  • Farming experience
  • I grew up on a farm outside of Canada
  • I have practical farming experience (including work as a farm intern or employee)
  • Other experience
  • Agricultural products:
  • Field crops (grains or beans)
  • Flowers
  • Fruit/berries/grapes
  • Hay or forage crops
  • Herbs
  • Livestock
  • Seeds, seedlings or nursery stock
  • Other products
  • Vegetables
  • Planned marketing strategies:
  • Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)
  • Farmers markets or farm stand
  • Other marketing strategies
  • Land needed:
  • 50 acres or more
  • 25-50 acres
  • 10-25 acres
  • 5-10 acres
  • 2-5 acres
  • 1 acre or less
  • Facilities and equipment:
  • Agricultural machinery
  • Other facilities
  • Housing
  • Irrigation equipment
  • Cold storage
  • Fencing
  • Greenhouse
  • Irrigation capacity
  • Processing facilities
  • Planned farming practices:
  • Ecological production, but not certified
  • Certified organic
  • Biodynamic
  • Other practices
  • Conventional


I have tremendous respect for the success you've achieved in farming and your excellent reputation in the community. I'm very eager to learn from seasoned farmers like yourself. Would you potentially have any opportunities for me to work on your farm, even in a laborer capacity, and gain hands-on experience in all aspects of how to effectively run an agricultural operation? My goal is to one day operate my own successful farm, and I believe learning under your guidance could help tremendously in gaining well-rounded knowledge. I'm willing to take on whatever roles you may need filled, whether planting, caring for livestock, maintaining equipment, or harvesting crops. Please let me know if you ever have a position available or need an extra set of hands on your farm. I would be grateful for the chance to learn from your expertise.


While I may not have formal business management or horticultural education, I bring to the table a wealth of hands-on experience from working on mixed farms as well as grain and livestock farms. This practical knowledge has given me a deep understanding of the day-to-day operations of a farm and the challenges that come with them . In terms of business management, I'm eager to learn and grow. I'm open to taking courses in business management, leadership, and entrepreneurship to equip myself with the skills needed to run a successful farm enterprise. I believe that with the right guidance and education, I can become an effective leader. As for horticulture and agriculture, I'm also willing to further my education in these areas. Courses in sustainable farming practices, crop management, and livestock care would be particularly beneficial. I'm committed to continuous learning and improvement, and I'm excited to expand my knowledge and skills to contribute to the success of the farm. In essence, I bring a combination of practical farming experience, a willingness to learn, and a passion for sustainable agriculture to my farm enterprise.


I'm planning to work closely with the farm owner and mentor. As someone who is passionate about farming and eager to learn, I see this as a fantastic opportunity to gain hands-on experience and learn from someone with a deep understanding of farming in Alberta. The farm owner will not only be my mentor but also my partner in this venture. I believe in open communication and mutual respect, and I'm looking forward to learning from their experience, knowledge, and understanding of the land. In terms of roles, while the farm owner will provide guidance and mentorship, I'll be actively involved in the day-to-day operations of the farm. I'm ready to take on tasks such as planting, harvesting, caring for livestock, and maintaining equipment. I'm also eager to contribute my own ideas and hard work to help the farm thrive. I see this as a collaborative effort where we can learn from each other and work together to create a successful, sustainable farm.

Farm Vision

Welcome, friend! You've stumbled upon Mindaugas's Farm, a haven of sustainable, mixed farming nestled in the heart of Alberta. But let me tell you, this place is more than just a business. It's a living, breathing testament to a way of life that's deeply rooted in respect for the earth and a burning passion for nurturing life. Can you picture a place where every seed that's sown and every animal that's raised contributes to a healthier planet? That's the mission we're on. We're in the process of cultivating a farm that exists in harmony with nature, using sustainable practices to grow a diverse array of crops and raise livestock. But let me tell you, Mindaugas's Farm is more than just a farm. It's a community. It's a place where neighbors come together, sharing in the bounty of the land and learning from one another. Here, we're not just growing food. We're nurturing connections and fostering a sense of belonging. We believe in the power of diversity. In our crops, in our community, and in our approach to farming. Our commitment to mixed farming allows us to make the most of our land, preserving its vitality for generations to come. So, why not join us on this journey? Be a part of our vision. Together, we can create a sustainable future, nourish our community, and grow something truly special. Welcome to Mindaugas's Farm, where farming is a way of life.

Relationship with Farm Owner

A novice appreciates sunsets, but a farmer relishes dawns. Possibilities abound as the brightness of dawn rises beyond the horizon: crops to tend, abilities to refine, and communities to develop. Not only do I want rich land, but I also want the knowledge that comes with it. It's this loop that keeps me going. My roots are in Lithuania's amber waves, but I've traveled across continents to the patchwork valleys of Peru, where I've been immersed in the rhythms of agriculture: the symphony of machines awakening lifeless fields, the dance of planting seasons. While knowledge may be acquired through books, the land's mysteries gradually become apparent to those who labor in humility, their muscles hurting and their skin scorched. Silent wisdom is carved by experience, just as canyons are etched by water over many lives. I look for such strands of hope. However, tango, like any other dance, requires two to perform harmoniously. I thus look for a spouse who shares my passion for raising more than just crops. I anticipate creating open channels that facilitate bilateral information transfer, going beyond simple mentorship. I have much to learn from the customs of your nation, and I can provide firsthand knowledge of cutting-edge methods from my own explorations to enhance the heritage of your area. We both have knowledge to impart to one another as students and anchors. Naturally, patience and communication are still essential since relationships and crops develop naturally. However, if we care for them carefully and with a common goal in mind, the results of our efforts can eventually go far beyond the sectors that gave rise to them. I long for a commitment that goes both ways—to see each other and the land thrive together—rather than just a job. There are no quick cuts when creating anything valuable in the long run. I know this directly, which is why I am looking for farmers who share my values to continue cultivating Alberta's abundance. I'm hoping you'll think about accepting my hands in yours. Because vistas seldom have the ability to hold passion and possibility together.