Mother Earth Farm operates from May through October, Fridays & Saturdays, 8am-4pm
We can accommodate individuals or large groups. Any age is welcome. Physical strength is not necessary to volunteer on the farm (mobility may be a factor. Please contact EFN to discuss mobility needs). You must be able to follow directions from the farm manager, and work with moderate supervision after instruction. If you need community service hours, this is a simple and fun way to accumulate those hours. No experience necessary.
Volunteers prepare the land for cultivation, plant seeds, weed the fields, and harvest the food throughout the growing season.
Harvested produce is immediately available for Pierce County feeding programs, often arriving within hours of harvesting. As a result, clients receive a unique source of fresh, organic produce that is nutrient-rich and locally grown.
Please contact Stephanie Genton at 253-584-1040 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like more information or if you’d like to sign up to volunteer at Mother Earth Farm. Volunteers must pre-register to volunteer.
Did you know that each year, United Way of Pierce County partners with Pierce County schools to recognize and reward students for their volunteer efforts in the community? For more information, please contact Bethany Opstedal at (253) 597-6685 or email@example.com or click “here” for more information.