In exchange for your hard work we offer learning experiences in sustainable agriculture, and a space to connect with one another in the name of good food and land stewardship!
Who you are:
You're excited to connect with local, sustainable vegetable farming, farm-based education, and community. You won’t mind coming into contact with dirt, manure, and critters.
Weekly Volunteer Hours:
Farm closed November-February
Wednesdays 8:30am to 11:30am and 1:30pm to 4:00pm
Volunteer any amount of time during the Wednesdays shifts, every little bit helps!
Saturday service group volunteer opportunities available by appointment.
Important Volunteering Info:
A water bottle and sun protection are essential.
Be sure to wear clothing that can get dirty and is appropriate for the weather. Pants are strongly recommended to protect legs from stinging nettle, poison ivy, prickly plants, and sun.
Good shoes are important for the job, preferably closed toe, and waterproof when the ground is wet. Your shoes undoubtedly will get dirty.
Feel free to bring a snack.
During weekly volunteer hours the farm environment is hustling and busting, and tasks often require a high level of attentiveness, so for this reason volunteers must be at least 13 years old. If you have a young one who'd like to get involved, please check out children's programming.
How to Volunteer:
Contact Amanda by text to confirm a date and time. If you're planning to come during weekly hours please holler at least one day in advance.
Want to bring your whole crew?
CFP is a great place to complete a service project! We so enjoy working with community groups to get things done! Contact Amanda via email at least two weeks in advance to schedule a Saturday service project. Amanda @cardosfarmproject.com