Become a volunteer!
Do you want to join a community of like-minded people while contributing to an innovative urban land stewardship project? Do you want to develop valuable skills in organic farming, natural areas restoration, environmental education, community gardening, and more? Do you want to support educational programs for a diverse population? If so, you should become a volunteer at Community GroundWorks!
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Help maintain the land at Troy by pruning, mulching, and watering trees or participating in a restoration project! You can also attend our Drop-in Volunteer option, Herb Garden Night.
Troy Community Farm
Friday Drop-in Farm Volunteer- Join the Troy Community Farm crew for planting, weeding, mulching, harvesting and more! Volunteers are welcome at the 5-acre, organic, vegetable farm every Friday morning from 7-11am, May through October.
Help maintain the Troy Kids' Garden and assist with gardening, nature education, cooking and art activities for children from community centers and schools.
Lend a hand at the Goodman Youth Farm and assist with our hands-on, farm-based educational programs for youth from ages 5 to 18.
Help us plan fundraising and community events, complete office work or other program specific projects, or join a committee of our board of directors: fund development, communications, site management, or an advisory committee.
Service Learning for Community Groups and Schools
Our programs are great for schools and community groups looking for service learning opportunities. Join us to harvest food for the hungry, maintain our gardens, remove invasive species, plant trees, and more. Contact us at email@example.com or (608) 240-0409 to learn more about volunteering or service learning opportunities.