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Tricycle Gardens is looking for a delivery driver

Tricycle Gardens is looking for a delivery driver:

Our delivery driver will be a new addition to our team and will support Corner Farm, a city-wide healthy corner store initiative, to directly address the food deserts in our community through the distribution of healthy, local produce to communities that are currently lacking access.


This part-time position will work approximately two days a week delivering produce and outreach materials in our delivery van to participating Corner Farm convenience stores.

Ideal Qualities:

  • Interest in issues related to local food systems, food access and equity and sustainable agriculture
  • Precise attention to detail
  • Strong time management skills
  • Strong interpersonal and verbal communication skills
  • Sense of humor and joy for our work
  • Experience working in and ability to succeed in diverse environments and ability to work with people of varied backgrounds
  • A desire to laugh, have fun, and make a positive impact

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I have passed this place and never quite figured out what it is. What does Tricycle Gardens do?

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Tricycle Gardens manages a number of community gardens across the city (including next to their headquarters on Jefferson Avenue), has “Learning Gardens” at places like The Peter Paul Development Center and Neighborhood Resource Center of Greater Fulton, runs an urban farm in Manchester, and supplies fresh, local produce to corner stores across the city.


Hmm, sounds interesting…tell me more

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