Who: All ages and skill levels welcome.
When: Tuesdays, 6:00 pm to 8:00 p.m. (or until sunset). April through September, weather permitting.
Where: Meet on the Farm.
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Your generous support for the farm’s ongoing work and future growth are key to our robust, unique farming program. Financial and skilled volunteer contributions are greatly appreciated. The projected total costs of individual projects are listed, but any level of financial contribution is welcome to help us reach our goals. We also provide a list of skilled volunteer work needed. See the wish lists below.
Financial Contribution Wish List
Seeds for a Year-$500
Many seeds go into making the annual garden a success each year including unique and heirloom varieties. Learn more about the annual garden.
Solar Sheep for a Year-$1,000
Provide a small herd of spring lambs. Lambs replace lawnmowers as they graze under the solar array for the summer and provide fresh, pastured meat for students to consume in the fall.
Farm to Table Co-op Position- One Term $3,300
Fund a student to work on the Farm and in the Kitchen for an entire term during their co-op experience. During this experience, students are immersed in Antioch’s sustainable food and farming programs.
Food Forest- Nut Grove $4,000
Expand our southern food forest to include a 1.5-acre nut grove. Trees and shrubs in this forest will include hazelnuts, almonds, pecans and many more. Learn more about the food forest.
Hoop House- $7,000
Extend our growing season by providing an additional passive hoop house. Learn more about our current hoop house.
Barn Raising- $250,000
Help us raise a traditional timber frame barn to provide shelter for endangered heritage animals. Professional builders will lead the build while faculty incorporate hands-on student opportunities into the process. Alumni and community members will also be involved in the barn raising.
How to Contribute to the Antioch Farm
Click here to donate online. Just scroll to Donation Information and be sure to choose Antioch Farm from the designation options.
Donate in Other Ways.
Donate your time
Skilled Volunteer Wish List
- Build a new chicken coop
- Put up shelving in the farm shed
- Build an information kiosk
- Design a self-guided food forest map
- Design and create a functional, artistic front gate
- Adopt a garden: pollinator path, food forest south, flower bed(s) or fruit trees along solar array
- Join us for weekly volunteer hours from April through September!
How to volunteer at the Antioch Farm
Contact Kat Christen, Farm Manager, to volunteer your time and skills on a specific project.