Farm and Greenhouse
FOR THE SEASON
We are expanding our Farm Market! Here is a little background story on the new expansion,
-In 2015 Sonny and Mike Janoski started Farmland Preservation on 100 acres of our farmland in Allegheny county.
-Farmland Preservation is a program to permanently preserve farmland meaning it will never be developed into housing plans or building complexes.
-This program will guarantee a future farm fresh food supply.
- The program is a partnership between all levels of government... and non-profit organizations with a common goal of saving prime farmland.
- The Janoski Family will be using all of the money received from the Farmland Preservation program for the new addition to the Farm Market. Our goal is to assure a way of life for the future generations of the family. And for our customers to have more SPACE to shop all of our homegrown produce and local products!
What would you like to see in the new addition?
Email us with ideas email@example.com
Janoski's Farm is hiring!!
Openings are available in our Farm Market (retail) our Greenhouse (annual plants) and our Garden Center (perennial plants/ nursery). Some prior plant knowledge is preferred by not required.
This job includes assisting customers with their purchases, restocking, refreshing and maintaining an attractive display throughout the day, light lifting and walking, produce sales and customer service.
All positions include weekends and evening, full time and part time.
Download an application below or stop by the Farm Market between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. to fill one out. Completed applications may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or dropped off inside the Farm Market.
Apply now to be hired to start early April.
8a.m. - 6 p.m. Daily
Farm Market, Gift Shop, and Bakery are open daily!
Prices are subject to change, please call us to verify!
"It's all good." -Sonny Janoski
Visit the Events page and check out the options available for rental of our beautiful pavilions!
Janoski Farms is EXPANDING!
Come and check out the new addition to the Farm Market