Financial partners help us grow! Consider a donation today. Connect with us and help fund any one of our long term projects – long term viability ensures our ability to bring healthy foods and education to kids and community well into the future.
Community support continues to be imperative to our farm for growing, supplies, farm stand, structures, and cultivating the woodland habitat while educating students and community members of all ages. The open space has beekeeping, fresh food tastings, student environmental groups, teachers, artists, nature studies, and conservation practices. Join us as a volunteer, benefactor, customer, or friend! See you at the farm!
Volunteer with us!
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? View our Volunteer Handbook, and sign-up here!
If you are a Corporation, School or Community Group looking to bring 10 or more volunteers out to the farm, please email us, and we will get back to you with details about how you can create a memorable, team building experience that makes a difference!
Opportunities for new volunteers
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.
Composting Team Collects and processes food scraps from the community to create organic fertilizer for the farm