Interesting in learning more about Volunteering?

Are you interested in spending more time with your hands in the soil at Great Song Farm?

We're excited to have folks show interest in our farming venture and support us with their time and energy by volunteering on the farm throughout the season.  Part of our vision for Great Song Farm is to be a refuge where our community can connect with the natural world, and experience where their food comes from, while also interacting with the vibrant community of people around them.

Because most of the work taking place right now is planning and office-work, we will begin inviting volunteers to the farm starting in April (which really isn't so far away!).  For the month of April, volunteer days will be:

Tuesdays 10-12 a.m.
Fridays 3-5 p.m. 


Volunteer work in April and May will include preparing beds for planting--raking and picking rocks from the field, seeding trays in the greenhouse, transplanting, and other farm odd-jobs. Volunteer work in June, July, and August, will include the above, but also be focused on weed control, as well as harvesting and washing for CSA pick-ups.  You are more than welcome to bring your children (of any age) with you to work with us on the farm. 

We hope to cater the work a bit to the skills and interests of each of our volunteers, so as our relationship evolves, so will the work.  We also respect if people have physical limitations which restrict them from certain movements (working on your knees, bending over, or lifting heavy objects), and hope to be able to tailor the work to be comfortable and sustainable for you.  So long as you have an interest in working with us and the earth, we can find work to
support your needs and abilities.    

If interested in volunteering this season, you can contact us at greatsongfarm@riseup.net, OR you can meet us and learn more at one of our CSA information sessions which are taking place...

Sunday, February 26th at 2 pm
Saturday, March 17th at 2 pm
Saturday, April 7th at 2 pm

All Information Sessions will be on the farm at 475-479 Milan Hill Road.