Hello Visitors, Volunteers, Learners!

Are you interested in volunteering, learning to farm organically, working on a school or scout project, bringing students or children to the farm, helping in construction, or doing an internship? Contact the BFS Lead Grower Jessalyn, jessalynlink@gmail.com.

Opportunities for new volunteers

What talents will you bring to the farm?
1. Farming and gardening – volunteers join our farmers in daily farm chores. Tasks include mulching, composting, transplanting, harvesting, weeding and other plant-related tasks. No qualifications or skills required, though gardening experience is a plus.
Length of commitment: continuous (spring-fall)

2. Infrastructure and build projects – volunteers assist farm crew in building, assembling, and fixing structures such as high tunnels, sheds, farm stand, tables, benches, and other carpentry projects. Carpentry and/or construction experience is a plus.
Length of commitment: continuous (year-round opportunities)

3. Committees and Teams – These groups plan for and coordinate different aspects of the farm’s operation. If you’re interested in a particular topical area, contact one of the team leader(s) below.

Communication Team
Manages social media, newsletter, internal communications
Ron, rpittrep5@gmail.com
Wayne, wayneleaver1959@icloud.com
Composting Team
Collects and processes food scraps from the community to create organic fertilizer for the farm
Kelvin, kmisiurski@hotmail.com
Tim, tcfaulkner5@gmail.com
Education Committee
Conducts programs, tours, events, home schooling
Karen, ksealflowers@gmail.com
Wayne, wayneleaver1959@icloud.com
Farm Stand Committee
Manages farm stand; prices and sells farm produce, flower, and honey
Ann, admdoran@gmail.com
Gail T., gail.tonnessen@gmail.com
Food Safety Team
Educates the farm’s volunteers on safe handling of fresh food
Bev, bevmigliore@gmail.com
Infrastructure Committee
Builds, expands, and maintains structures, electricity, and water
Dane, danepursley@gmail.com
Learning Garden Team
Working to establish an ADA accessible garden for disabled volunteers
Bev, bevmigliore@gmail.com
Pollinator Pathway Team
Manages a section of the farm devoted to pollinators (bees, other insects, birds)
Gail, read5@msn.com
Water Resources Team
Works with USDA to manage and expand the farm’s well water and irrigation
Bev, bevmigliore@gmail.com

Community support is imperative to our growing programs that reach students of all ages. Check our Facebook page or email us at barringtonfarmschool@gmail.com for volunteer opportunities.

  • Farm events (yoga, farm dinners, tours, corporate outings
  • Food scrap drop-off site
  • Join a farm committee (education, major projects, marketing, crop planning)

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