As a volunteer, you will get a chance to plant, maintain and grow produce with other volunteers and your community.
You will be able to share and increase your knowledge around gardening through communication with other members, free education workshops and excursions.
You can also get involved as an advisory council member lending your skills and expertise to support program development, grant opportunities and, education-based training.
No gardening experience is required to volunteer.
We also offer high school volunteer service hours and welcome students to apply.
How to Volunteer
1. Please see the locations of our pod site providers
2. Let us know which site(s) you'd like to volunteer with.
Time commitment: Average of 2 hours per week
Volunteering tasks include:
Packaging of produce
Some light site maintenance (clearing garden debris from the surrounding area)
3. We will provide you with any instruction required to support harvesting success.
The Benefits of Community Gardening
Provides fresh, accessible produce
Builds a sense of community
Gets people active and improves physical health
Educates about gardening and healthy eating