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Join In The Farm Fun!
Oxbow will host thousands of kids through the spring, summer, and fall for our seasonal Farm Adventures. Primarily pre-school and early elementary-aged students visit the farm for 75 or 90-minute hands-on farm tours facilitated by farmer and volunteer instructors. Kids learn about plant parts and varieties, soil, compost, worms, pollinators, ways to connect to nature, and more!
Volunteer Naturalists lead tours for up to 14 kids (and their chaperones) around our two-acre Kids’ Farm & Living Playground, observing nature and tasting the season’s bounties. When no tours are scheduled, volunteers may assist the OxEd team in a variety of farming tasks. Only a moderate understanding of food and farming is necessary, training is provided and there are many ongoing opportunities to learn from our expert staff and fellow volunteers!
Commitment: One day per week (~two tours/wk) during current season of programming: April-June; June-August; or September-November. Longer term commitments are more than welcome!
All volunteers must agree to a background check, to ensure the safety of children and staff.
For more details and to apply, please visit http://www.oxbow.org/get-involved/volunteer/
Questions? Contact us any time at email@example.com or call 425-788-1134 x3
10819 CARNATION-DUVALL RD NE, Carnation, WA 98014, US
Oxbow’s mission is to EDUCATE people on the importance of environmental stewardship and healthy food, to RECONNECT us to the land and our local sustainable food supply, and to INSPIRE us to take action in our daily lives and in our communities.
Oxbow is a 25 acre organic farm, education center, and native plant nursery located on a 100-acre wilderness preserve in the Snoqualmie Valley, 25 miles east of Seattle. The farm supports a 400+ member CSA, sells at 2 farmers markets, and supplies over 30 restaurants and 3 grocery stores with local, organic produce. Our education center, which has a working small farm and a Living Playground, is committed to teaching young children about sustainable agriculture and the environment. At Oxbow, children see firsthand where their food comes from, where salmon spawn, and understand why we need to protect both. We also actively work to restore the native habitat and vegetation around our fields and along our river banks. And new this year is a native plant nursery managed in conjunction with the University of Idaho.
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10819 Carnation-Duvall Rd. NEPublic EntranceCarnation, WA 98014
February 26, 2020