The Garden Conservancy is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving, sharing, and celebrating America's gardens and diverse gardening traditions for the education and inspiration of the public. Our office is in Garrison, in New York's Hudson Valley.

There are currently no job opportunities at the Garden Conservancy.

Opportunities at allied organizations around the country:

Seasonal Gardener, Greenwood Gardens, Short Hills, NJ
Greenwood Gardens, a nonprofit public garden and 28-acre historic site and a preservation partner of the Garden Conservancy, is seeking a seasonal gardener. The gardener will report to the Head of Horticulture and be an integral part of the Horticulture team, participating in establishing and maintaining new perennial and shrub boarders, rain garden, and other newly planted areas undergoing restoration. Read the full job description

Posted May 9, 2022

Horticulture & Trail Maintenance Position (Part-time & Seasonal), Otsego Land Trust, Otsego County, NY
The Otsego Land Trust in upstate New York is seeking a part-time/seasonal Horticulture & Trail Maintenance employee. The Horticulture & Trail Maintenance position reports to the Public Lands Manager. Click here to read the full job description and application process. 

Posted April 26, 2022

Garden Manager, Meerkerk Gardens, Greenbank, WA
Meerkerk Gardens, a nonprofit public garden on Whidbey Island and member of the Garden Conservancy Northwest Network, is seeking a dynamic, experienced, and goal-oriented individual to be responsible for the direct management of all garden operations. The Garden Manager position requires a leader who has excellent communication and landscape design skills and at least five years of experience in garden management. Please visit for more information.

Posted January 21, 2022

Various positions, The Ruth Bancroft Garden, Walnut Creek, CA
The Ruth Bancroft Garden, in Walnut Creek, CA, has openings for a Nursery Manager, a Sales Host, and an Associate Designer. Learn more about these opportunities.

Posted April 30, 2021