Volunteer on the Farm

Looking to get involved on The Food Bank Farm’s regenerative farming and education initiative?

From regular volunteering hours to special events such as Family Farm Days, there are many ways to participate!

Farm Maintenance Volunteers

The Cultivating for Community initiative has opportunities for individuals and groups to volunteer on a one-time or regular basis.

To sign-up, please visit the main volunteer page, where you can view the schedule of available opportunities and Food Bank volunteer orientation and policies.

If you have further questions, please contact Alex Santiago at alexs@foodbankwma.org.

Family Farm Days


May 20, from 10am-12pm

June 10, from 10am-12pm

July 8, from 10am-12pm

The Food Bank Farm and Kestrel Land Trust will be hosting Family Farm Days throughout the growing season! Families will learn about regenerative farming practices and The Food Bank’s to mission feed our neighbors in need and lead the community to end hunger. Volunteer activities include planting seedlings, maintaining farm beds, harvesting, and taking a nature walk on our 142 acre farm in Hadley. 

Please email Phil at Philiph@foodbankwma.org with questions and the names and ages of those attending to sign up.