Farm to Families – Farm in the City
Wednesday, 9 am – 11 am
Join us in supporting a community garden that empowers Nashville residents to feed themselves! Farm to Families volunteers at Farm in the City help maintain the garden so that neighborhood residents can grow healthy food for their families year-round. In times of abundance, excess produce grown in the garden is donated to those in need. Volunteers are exposed to all aspects of gardening and learn techniques they can implement in their own home gardens.
Projects vary and may include: weeding, mulching, composting, harvesting, or gleaning. Volunteers will receive specific task assignments at the beginning of each shift. Green thumbs not required! We’ll teach you everything you need to know.
Learn more about Farm in the City.
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This project takes place outside on a farm. You WILL get dirty!
• Closed-toe shoes are required for all volunteers’ safety. No exceptions. Comfortable work boots or other sturdy shoes are recommended. You’ll be standing/walking much of the shift.
• Wear comfortable clothing that you don’t mind getting dirty.
• Please dress appropriately for the weather forecast. Be prepared to work in all weather conditions by wearing layers and bringing rain gear.
Volunteers typically need to be able to lift 20-35 lbs.
Volunteers under the age of 18 MUST have the Youth Volunteer Waiver signed by a parent or legal guardian.
Please review our Volunteer Policies and Procedures.
This project is not eligible for court appointed or Tennessee Promise community service hours.