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Our pick-your-own fields are open to all CSA members. In addition to picking up your bag of veggies, you are welcome to visit the farm for pick-your-own each week as well! Come soak up the sun and enjoy picking your own food.
If you have wanted to learn a little bit about sustainable agriculture, get your hands dirty, and meet some great people, we’ve got just the thing for you. The Volunteership is a drop-in weekly program that runs from May to August. Farm manager Michelle McKenzie will give a talk on a topic in organic farming and then will lead the group in some related volunteer work on the farm. Leave with knowledge and fresh veggies!
We love volunteers! Come out any day Monday-Saturday; there’s something for everyone to do! So whether you’re interested in just coming to check out the farm and meet the crew or being a regular volunteer, get in touch and let us know when you’d like to come out! Bring a water bottle, gloves, a hat and shoes you wouldn’t mind getting muddy.
For school and community groups or clubs that are interested in learning more about our farm, the local food system, or sustainable agriculture in general, we offer an opportunity to come out and do just that! We can host preschoolers to college classes and everything in between. Get in touch with us to plan a trip to Bellair that meets your group’s goals.
The farm is a wonderful venue to find out more about skills like canning and lacto-fermentation. Watch our workshops page for more information.
Each year, we host loads of events for CSA members and the general public. We also host private events. Find more information here.