Here are a couple links that itemize the short-term and long-term goals/needs of the farm. There are opportunities to contribute money, items, or labor.
Farm Project Expenses
Volunteer Work Activities
I am interested in cooperative share. donation of time for fruits/veggies
please email or call me
saw this and thought of you
right now i have a flat leafed chive of some sort, then peel offs are taking a bit to get straight up again, and i have spearmint and a low growing hearty oregano…i may have this other mint, too, but i’m not sure, as i just saw it today…i am beginning to collect herbs for random acts of putting them all over Buffalo…
Thanks for reading my blog. I like the idea of pirate planting. It is so uplifting to be surprised by some wonderful, useful, fragrant plant that was left to bring unexpected pleasure to some passer-by. Our yard was full of some random mint that combines well with other mints to make a refreshing tea. There are also poppies that someone long ago planted. They make me smile in the busy spring days, blooming without any input or effort on my part.
I read your site. It sounds like you contribute lots more to the community than beneficial plants!
Great article in Buffalo Spree. Visited your farm last summer on a bike tour and was impressed.
Thanks for the kind words. Please spread the word about our kickstarter.
I am also interested in a cooperative exchange of work for produce. Please let me know if this is a possibility this summer. What you’re doing is wonderful!
Lydia, come by on Saturday morning, May 10, the second Saturday of the month and our regular volunteer work day, between 9:00 and 12:00, and we can meet and discuss our options.
Thanks for your support,
I was driving down Broadway and spotted the green house so I drove down Wilson and to my delight and surprise I was at a farm in the middle of the city. I had the pleasure to chat with some friendly young workers who needed better equipment for the job they were attempting. Are they volunteers?
You met a group of volunteers from Catholic Charities. They are working on installing a grape trellising system for us. Yesterday was their first day, so I’m sure their efficiency will improve. Also, the ground is not the most gracious to work with – especially in July.
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