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Farming is a Team Sport!

We rely on community volunteers to do what we do

The Food Bank Farm relies on a great group of local volunteers to make the farm work. We have weekly drop-in volunteer opportunities on Tuesday and Saturday mornings. Sign up online and just come by when you're available - we will find a way to plug you in. We always say that farming is a team sport, so join our team and help us grow healthy, fresh vegetables for our neighbors.

During the Winter, our volunteers take a break. We typically have our regular volunteer shifts available from February through November. There are also other ways to get involved beyond these regular shifts. If you'd like to learn how you could get plugged in, drop us a note


"I love getting my hands dirty and knowing it will create healthy food for our neighbors in need"

Simone Woods


"We enjoy being an annual supporter of this very important community organization"

Kathleen Massae

Realtor and Sponsor

"The Farm has grown 15,000 pounds of organic veggies each year that are given out through our food bank"

Andrea Scollay
Food Bank Manager

"We revived a dormant piece of land in our community and we're now using it to create a lot of good for our neighbors."

Brad Squires


What do our volunteers do? (And where do we need help?)

  • Planting new starts 

  • Harvesting vegetables 

  • Putting together veggie boxes 

  • Weeding garden beds 

  • Preparing soil for planting 

  • Spreading compost 

  • Organizing tools and equipment  

Volunteer Photos

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