Volunteering on the farm

April 04, 2019

Volunteering on the farm

Have you always been curious about life on a working farm? Did you garden as a child and itch to get your hands back in the dirt? Or are you just a green thumb looking for an outlet for your growing power?

We welcome a select group of volunteers to the farm each year, to help us out with farmyard production. These fabulous folks spend their time learning about how we grow as well as pitching in with all the day-to-day operations of the farm: weeding, transplanting, watering, harvesting, packing shares, and getting a general insider’s look at the seasons and events. In exchange, we welcome curiosity, questions, and engagement on volunteers’ own terms. We offer longer-term commitments of a few hours a week over time, or occasional work day volunteers who come in to help with large, seasonal tasks.

Long term volunteers receive free greens to nosh on after all that hard work, while work day volunteers enjoy some farm goodies (a surprise!) at the end of the day.

If you’ve always dreamed of getting in touch with your wild side, get in touch with us! Click below to learn more about our volunteer opportunities, and then send us an email with a little bit about yourself and how you imagine helping. We can’t wait to meet you, and invite you to join us in a day together at the farm.


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