Now Recruiting Volunteers for EcoBloom 2018!

EcoBloom 2018 runs from mid-March to mid-May and will bring over 1,000 DPS 5th graders out to the Hub Farm for hands-on learning and exploration! Come join us!

Please see this post for more information!





volunteers in the garden

Volunteer Workdays

Join us for a Saturday workday! See our events page for scheduling.

November-December, March-April:  1:00-4:00pm
May-October: 9:00am-12:00pm

Volunteer workdays are a fun and active way to support the growth of the farm. Come out, get your hands dirty, and meet some like-minded community members! Email to RSVP!

Interested in helping us grow? Fill out our volunteer questionnaire to help us learn more about you and what projects you’d like to get involved with! Help us, help you find the right volunteer fit for the farm!

Educators: Work with students during field trips and regular class visits. Experience in environmental education required. Subjects include, but not limited to forest ecology, watersheds, local food systems, sustainable farming systems, health and nutrition, chicken care, bee keeping, vermicomposting, and more!

Workday Leaders: Help lead projects at our monthly workdays that occur on the first Saturday of every month. Experience with farm and/or garden work preferred but not required.

Curriculum Aggregator: Help expand our database of student activities that we can use during field trips and develop a core curriculum for the Hub Farm.

Grant Writer & Scouter: Help keep an eye out for, and write grants that could help the Hub Farm grow and prosper!

Farm & Garden Hand: Join us during the workweek or at our monthly workdays to help us out around the farm! No farm experience required. Projects include weeding, mulching, planting, digging, prepping beds, lawn mowing, chicken care, etc.

Social Media Manager: Help us spread the word about the Hub Farm through our various social media sites.

CSA Blogger: Create and write-up Hub Farm recipes for our CSA members. Blogs/recipes are posted weekly on Wednesdays during CSA seasons.

Fundraising/Development: Are you good at dreaming up fantastic events that bring the community together and raise money for a good cause? Do you have experience in development and grant writing? Well, we’d love your help! The Hub Farm relies on donations, grant funding, sponsorships, and benefit events to operate. Help us build partnerships with other for-profit and non-profit organizations to leverage and build capacity across organizations.