Environmental Youth in Action

Outside Jobs / Inside the community

About Us

Youth + Environment + Work + Community

Greenagers, through its paid employment programs, internships and apprenticeships, engages teens and young adults in meaningful work in environmental conservation, sustainable farming and natural resource management. In the Berkshires and nearby New York State, our trail crews maintain existing trails and build new trails for the Appalachian Trail Conservancy, Trustees of Reservations, Columbia Land Conservancy and other conservation organizations. Our Farm Apprentices work with local farmers, learning animal husbandry and organic agriculture. Our volunteer teams install front-yard gardens for area families, to encourage home-based food growing.



Take a look at how we are getting involved around the community.





Blog + Events

For all news, events, and more about what Greenagers is up to in the community.
  • Front Lawn Food 2015

    YouthNEW! Greenagers is beginning an exciting new partnership with the Revolution Garden Project in order to better address the complex issues of food insecurity through Front Lawn Foods. The project markets 4’x8’ raised vegetable beds that convert into a mini greenhouse to homeowners and businesses in Berkshire County. read more

  • Work with us this summer!

    Applications for Greenagers’ summer trail crews and farm apprenticeships are now available!

    Download the Farm Apprenticeship program information and application here (pdf 805kb).  Matt Downing is the Coordinator for this program. He can be reached at matt@greenagers.org. Applications are due by June 1st and can be submitted by email (to office@greenagers.org) or mailed/delivered to the Greenagers office at 33 Rossetter Street in Great Barrington.

    Greenagers is hosting two Berkshire County and two Columbia County (with Columbia Land Conservancy) trail crews this summer. First day of trail work is June 29th. Schedules vary depending on the crew, so contact our office for details.

    The Berkshire County trail crew applications can be downloaded here: CWI 2015 Trail Crew Application (pdf 822kb).

    The Columbia County trail crew applications can be downloaded here: CWI-Application-CLC 2015 (pdf 399kb).

    Applications are also available at Mt. Everett and Monument Mountain high schools. Please check with the guidance departments.

    Trail crew applications are due by May 1st. For more information, please contact Samantha: 413-644-9090 / office@greenagers.org.

  • Two Great Events

    Flying Deer Nature Center is hosting two great events this month and we urge you to check them out. Flying Deer Nature Center is a wilderness school and community dedicated to mentoring children, youth, adults and families in deep connection to nature, self, and others. Our experience of their work and events is that they are always fantastic! read more


Greenagers partner organizations contract with us each year to build, clear and maintain recreational trails and parkland in the Southern Berkshires of Massachusetts and nearby Columbia County, New York.


Contact us for more information on our programming, questions about what we do, or maybe you just want to say hi.


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33 Rossetter Street, Great Barrington, MA 01230, U.S.A.
(West side, facing train tracks)

P | (413) 644-9090
E | office@greenagers.org

Office Hours: Monday, Thursday, Friday 10am to 3pm.