Fresh air and exercise are an important component for healthy living. Seed inspectors have a unique opportunity to walk fields (exercise) in the fresh air. For some this may sound like a foreign concept, but inspection principles are easily learned. Individuals attend training sessions, are taught one on one, and have immediate access to questions that come along the way. Inspections generally involve observation of plant type, weeds, and other crops. If crop production, seed corn production, or farming are of interest to you, it may be a good fit. Current inspectors come from a diverse group of teachers, farmers, retirees, and students. If you have the willingness to learn, comfortable talking to farmers, pay attention to detail, and can manage our own schedule, we would be interested to talk to you. We currently have positions available in central Michigan, the thumb, and Southwest Michigan. Inspectors are paid an hourly wage, plus mileage. Please contact Chris Tiedje at 517-332-3546 if you are interested.