Brookwood Community Farm

Farm Visits

Brookwood loves to have groups come to the farm and experience farm life! We offer work visits that can be appropriate for school/community groups or corporate visits.

We also offer educational visits that are appropriate for children from preschool age through high school. If you are interested in an education visit, please visit the education section on our website.

We are always thrilled when an organization chooses to spend time volunteering with us! Please look through to choose the program that fits your group’s needs best.

All programs include a fee based on how many participants are in your group. We strive to make the farm visits accessible to everyone; Also check out our calendar for free, family friendly volunteer days. All of the contributions help offset the costs of our education programs, so that we can continue to connect as many people as possible to fresh, local produce and the knowledge about how to grow it.

To request a farm visit, look through the options below and then submit a visit request form. We’ll get back to you shortly after we receive your form.

Work visit, 2-3 hours

For groups who would like to learn about sustainable farming by actually doing it! Your hands-on work visit will include an introduction and farm tour, along with a work project. We may lead you through harvesting for our food pantry donations, weeding, planting seeds or seedlings, cleaning produce, or whatever else needs to be done. Your tasks will depend on the farm’s needs, your group’s abilities, and the season.
• Ages: middle school, high school, college, and adult
• $70 for a 15–20 participant group, $110 for 21–30 participant group

Corporate Visits, 3 hours

Come spend your corporate volunteer day with us. We will provide you with an introduction to and tour of the farm, followed by a work project. You may be asked to harvest for food pantry donations, weed, plant seedlings, or participate in another needed task. Your contribution will go directly to funding our education and food access programs.
• $200 contribution