Call for Good Earth Officer Nominations
Good Earth Student Farm (GESF) is a student-run organization that grows produce using organic practices for the Iowa State University (ISU) community. Established in 1996 on the main campus it has now grown and is housed at the Horticulture Research Station north of Campus. GESF is now a two-acre diversified vegetable farm and Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) operation. The CSA model consists of club members buying shares and working a set amount of hours on the farm, “investing” their time, effort, and knowledge into the farm in exchange for a share of the products. Non-work shares are also sold for those that want to purchase the produce directly and share in the risk and the reward of the farm's bounty.

The 2021 growing season was suspended in light of COVID, but we are looking for officers to start the 2022 season's planning and general maintaining of the club. To nominate yourself or anyone you know, please write your/their name under the potential position. One can nominate or be self-nominated for multiple positions but can hold only one after the votes have been finalized. Please share a little bit about yourself/the nominee and why you/the nominee is a good fit for the positions in the Candidate's biography section.

More information about the club is found at https://www.stuorg.iastate.edu/goodearth. Additional questions can be sent to goodearth@iastate.edu
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Assistant treasurer
Assist the treasurer with account and contract management.
Graduate student advisor
Oversee technical issues on produce farming. Be the club and Horticulture farm liaison. This position is for graduate students only.
Secretary
Keep meeting minutes. Assist the treasurer with account and contract management.
Treasurer
Manage finance activities, including prompt deposit of payments for shares (with contracts) and Good Earth merchandise to the club's account and purchase approved supplies. Maintain accurate record of organizational transactions that include seed and farming supply purchase, land rental, and other miscellaneous purchases. Develop the club's budget and present it to the general meetings. Arrange fundraising events and grant applications.
Outreach coordinator
Promote the club at on-campus events. Lead preparation of advertisement materials for those events.
President
Represent the club on campus. Oversee all meetings. Coordinate plans for growing seasons and promotional events.
Volunteer coordinator
Coordinate the volunteer community and events. Lead preparation of advertisement materials for those events.
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