During these uncertain times, how can we help?
See below to access our COVID-19 Resource Hub, and to explore our growing directory of both COVID-19-specific and virtual volunteering opportunities.
We miss our lovely volunteers and visitors at the Farm Discovery Educational Field/Gardens and wanted to put out an invitation to come volunteer!
If you would be interested in coming out to the farm, whether it is just for a couple hours of the day or to be added to a regular schedule, we would love to have you and could use your support. Right now we are looking for individuals to come help out in the late afternoons/evenings on weekdays, but we can chat and customize hours that work best for both of us.
Help we are looking for:
Due to the current circumstances, we will only be able to have minimal engagement with volunteers, enough to explain the task and make sure you have everything you need. So, a lot of the work will be independent unless you want to bring someone from your household along!
We want this experience to be mutually beneficial as well, so please feel free to enjoy the outdoor space while you are here (say hi to our animals, leave-no-trace picnic in between your volunteer work, etc.)
If you are interested, or would like more information, don’t hesitate to email Olivia at email@example.com or call our office at 831-728-2032.
Thank you, community, we love and appreciate you!
172 LITCHFIELD LN, WATSONVILLE, CA 95076, US
Empowering youth and families to build and sustain healthy food, farming, social and natural systems by developing environmental literacy, teaching farming skills, transforming/teaching food habits that support personal, community and environmental health and building relationships with food that is healthy for people, the environment and the economy.
Who we are Farm Discovery at Live Earth works to empower youth and families to build and sustain healthy food, farming, social and natural systems. Our home, Live Earth Farm, is a 150 acre patchwork of working organic farm, riparian corridor, oak and redwood forest in the Pajaro Valley of Santa Cruz County, California.
What we care about We believe that we can transform personal and community health and improve our impact on earth by building and sustaining collaborative agricultural, ecological and social systems . We believe that communities armed with knowledge and the skills of inquiry can transform food, farming and natural systems for the better.
We'll work with your schedule.
172 Litchfield LaneWatsonville, CA 95076
May 27, 2020