Get Involved

Its important to us to provide opportunities for people interested in engaging with local, sustainable food production. As a small farm that is succeeding in growing vegetables for our local community we want to share our skills so others may be able the same and start their own projects or get involved with ours!

Field with a tractor being driven across it pulling a trailer, The field is being overlooked by snowdonia mountain range


Volunteer Days:

We try to maintain regular volunteer days as we know the importance of being able to engage in your local food system and want to provide the opportunities to get your hands dirty and spend a day really getting involved in your food. We also provide a delicious lunch made from all the tasty vegetables you have spent your day help flourish. 

To find out when our next volunteer day is, click here!


Volunteering:

We have a few local, recurring volunteers who come to help us out on the farm regularly! If you are local and want to come lend a hand we would love for you to reach out to us. 

Click here to find out how to Contact us


Trainees:

We are not currently recruiting trainees but keep an eye out here and on our social media for when we are!

We run a 6 month traineeship April- September where we select a few individuals to work on the farm with weekly training sessions to grow your knowledge, skills and experience. Four of our current members joined from the traineeship program and others went on to start their own, or join other projects tied to sustainable farming and permaculture.


WWOOF:

We are members of World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms (WWOOF), an organisation that matches up volunteers from around the world with suitable opportunities to stay and work as a volunteer on an organic farm. If you would like to come as a residential volunteer, we ask that you plan to stay for between 2 and four weeks. We cannot always accept residential volunteers due to space shortages but would love to hear from you.