Volunteer with Sierra Harvest Today!
Meet new friends, develop new skills and gain a sense of accomplishment by volunteering. Bring fresh, healthy food and nutrition education to Nevada County families while having fun too.
347 volunteers donated more than 3,870 volunteer hours this past year building capacity for our local food movement. Earn Discounts at the BriarPatch Food Co-op | Free admission to Soup Night, Food & Farm Conference, and more!
Volunteer Positions as of Feb. 2020
Greenhouse Irrigation Installation at the Food Love Farm
Position Overview and Impact: Come help at the Food Love Farm, our educational farm, where more than 2,000 students learn where their food comes from and get first-hand experience working on a farm. Our program has been gifted an overhead irrigation system for our greenhouse and we are requesting an experienced project leader to install it. Irrigation kit is from DripWorks, but unfortunately did not come with any instructions!
Time Commitment: 1 hour planning, ½ day installation project
Qualifications and Skills Required: Experience with greenhouse irrigation systems
Additional Information: Bring water, snack. Wear closed toe shoes for safety.
Benefits of Volunteering: Opportunity to help support our educational farm.
Staff Contact: Emily Koller for more info – email@example.com
BriarPatch Food Co-op has launched a new volunteer program, PatchWorks Nonprofit Neighbor and Sierra Harvest is one of the lucky 10 participating partners benefiting from this awesome program where volunteers receive discounts on purchases 1-2x a month after volunteering a minimum amount of time with a participating partner. Apply today as there are only 100 volunteer positions available in this new program that begins January 2020.
Complete the form below to join the Sierra Harvest Volunteer Team. Miriam Limov, Engagement Manager will be in touch within a week. More info contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org