The Well Fed Community Garden is excited to invite the community to volunteer with us! If you enjoy being outside, working in the soil, and learning about growing food in an urban setting, we’d be happy to have you join us. No RSVP Needed!
More Volunteer opportunities will be offered in the future. Follow us on Instagram for our newest opportunities OR sign up for our text group by sending “@wellfe” to 81010
What to Bring:
All volunteers MUST have a signed waiver form prior to volunteering. Children under 18 must have a waiver filled out by a parent or guardian.
Please dress appropriately for farm work in clothing you don’t mind getting dirty.
Wear close-toed shoes. NO FLIP-FLOPS are allowed.
A personal water bottle, hat, sunscreen, and gloves are recommended.
The Well Fed Garden does not provide gloves.
Farming is hard work. Workdays typically include light to medium physical labor, including lifting and carrying up to 20lbs, raking, weeding, mulching, and turning compost.
Stop for a water break and a rest whenever you need one! It’s very important to stay hydrated and comfortable.
Hand washing at the garden is very important. Please wash your hands before handling any consumable plants.
The Well Fed Community Garden is not responsible for your personal belongings.
No pets are allowed in the garden.
If you are sick, please stay home and get better!
No alcohol or firearms are allowed on the WFCG property.
Volunteer work at the garden is subject to weather conditions.
Rain/Thunder/Lightning: Rain before or during scheduled volunteer times may force the cancellation of the workday. If there is thunder and lightning, WFCG policy requires volunteers to return to their vehicles at the first sound of nearby thunder and remain in their vehicles until 30 minutes after the last thunder event. In the case of a heavy downpour, work will be canceled.
Heat: If there is a “heat advisory,” farm work will continue, but volunteers may want to consider rescheduling their work. If the heat index is above 95 degrees, we will cancel work for that day. If a “heat warning” is forecast, volunteer activities will be canceled.
Cold: If the daytime temperature is forecast to be less than 32 degrees, volunteer activities will be canceled.
Each volunteer should decide whether to work on a given day based on their personal limitations and comfort level.