Come farm with us! Community Roots Farm is a community-run farm. Enjoy the outdoors, learn how to grow food, and meet new people! All ages, skills, abilities, and backgrounds welcome. We have open volunteer days and can schedule group and corporate events on other days and times.
Community Roots Farm serves as a learning-site for those interested in learning how to grow food sustainably, productively, and profitably in a small farm setting. We have partnered with several local colleges and universities to to have students intern at Community Roots Farm for credit or fulfill service learning requirements. We also welcome research and project proposals.
Have a botanically-related skill you want to share? Share your skills and knowledge with people of all ages, backgrounds, abilities, and skills.
Ideas for classes and workshops may include:
- Common Weed Identification
- Gardening with Children
- How to make dyes for from plants
- Seed starting workshops
- Basics of plant pressing
- Art projects using plants
JOIN US IN OUR WORK TO MAKE THE BOTANICAL SCIENCES ACCESSIBLE TO EVERYONE
Each individual must have a signed waiver on file before participating in any of BCDI's events. Those under 18 will need to have their waiver signed by a parent/legal guardian. (Don't forget to sign a waiver for the tiniest (youngest) of farmers coming too!)
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