Work in a Blossoming Industry by visiting author, Emma Walker
There are many reasons why being a vegetable enthusiast is a great hobby, not only do you get to spend your days outdoors but you also get to eat your produce. There are hundreds of garden enthusiasts out there who produce some of the most spectacular veg in the country, but many of them have never considered turning their hobby into a full-time job. There are hundreds of garden jobs out there, with roles ranging from working in agriculture to setting up kitchen gardens, the possibilities are endless. Whether you are set on working with veg or looking to diversify and work with fruit the world is your oyster.
With vineyards in this country increasing in number there are many opportunities to work within this blossoming industry. Whether you help to grow the grapes or assist in the picking, being involved in the production of wine can be an exciting activity.
There are also many stimulating possibilities abroad and if you are willing to give your time you can be involved with projects in Africa and other countries across the world. Living in harsh environments many African communities rely on the food they eat to survive, so charities like FARM provide the expertise needed to empower communities to control their own destinies. Producing food is one of the most important things that a person can do and being self-sufficient is a remarkable feat. So bringing the expertise learned from pootling around the garden can give you the knowledge needed to bridge the gap between a hobby and a job.
In the end people should do what they enjoy, whether you enjoy growing herbs or tomatoes there is a job in the industry for you. You could even sell some of your own produce to a local shop or market stall owner. Remember growing veg is not just a hobby; it can be a job opportunity.
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