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
Kelvin, kmisiurski@hotmail.com
Tim, tcfaulkner5@gmail.com
Education Committee
Conducts programs, tours, events, home schooling

Wayne, wayneleaver1959@icloud.com
Farm Stand Committee
Manages farm stand; prices and sells farm produce, flower, and honey
Ann, admdoran@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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Interested in having an event at the farm? Birthday parties, campouts …. everything gets a farm theme… Inquire by sending us an email.