Through our Educational Field Trip program at Bounty Farm, we aim to provide farm-based educational experiences that teach food literacy & sustainable agriculture, promote environmental stewardship and curiosity, and spark conversations around community food security. We do this through age appropriate hands-on curriculum. Please visit “Educational Field Trips” page for more specific information and to schedule a visit.
We invite the public to come and tour Bounty Farm at the Volunteer Orientation on the 2nd Saturday of every month (see Event Calendar). We also offer tours for interested parties at a small fee. If you would like to schedule a comprehensive tour for your group, please contact [email protected].
Service Learning Opportunities
We welcome groups of students or community members who wish to engage in service learning opportunities at the farm. Typically, service learning groups are high school aged and above and are motivated to complete service hours. Service learning projects usually involve supporting farm production at Bounty Farm, and are available on a seasonal and project by project basis. If your group is over 5 participants, we ask that you contact [email protected]talumabounty.org to coordinate schedule and tasks. If you have a group of 4 or less, you welcome to join our Volunteer Program by showing up at the farm on Volunteer Days (check our “Volunteer Program” page for most current days & times).
Corporate Service Days
Organize a community service day for your business or place of work! We organize hands-on service days at Bounty Farm for groups up to 30 people. Farm activities can include planting, weeding, organizing, harvesting, etc., or other larger project of need on the farm at the time. We charge a fee for organizing these days, please contact [email protected] if you are interested.
Please see our “Volunteer Program” page under “Community Engagement”.