Help finish educational garden by moving mulch!

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ORGANIZATION: Farm Discovery at Live Earth

Eat a Rainbow

Help us put some finishing touches on our educational garden! Farm Discovery has been working on updating our teaching garden, filling it in with medicinal and culinary herbs and other plants for our visiting children to explore and taste. Because of COVD-19 we have not been able to support the same size staff that we would normally and are relying on the generous help of volunteers to complete this project. Now we are reaching perhaps the most important part of the process that will tie everything together, the pathways!

We are looking for an individual or a couple with a truck that would be willing to help us by loading up with mulch at one of our locations and moving it down the street to our newly updated garden space. Ideally this can be done at least a couple times because of the amount of mulch we will need to cover the pathways.

We are hoping to have the garden as close to finished by the time we start our annual Summer Camp in June. If this sounds like a project for you or someone you know, please don’t hesitate to reach out!

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About Farm Discovery at Live Earth


PO Box 3490, WATSONVILLE, CA 95076, US

Mission Statement

Farm Discovery at Live Earth is a nonprofit organization working in the Pajaro Valley community 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. Discovery Docents are needed to help lead groups of students through our organic farm education activities Mondays and Fridays 8:30-12:30 during the school year. Special Events Volunteers table and lead activities at community events throughout the year.


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 equipped with knowledge and the skills of inquiry can transform food, farming and natural systems for the better.

* Farm Discovery offers educational programs that inspire youth and families to transform their relationship to food, farming and nature.
* We steward our working farm and its wild spaces as an environmentally and economically viable piece of the food system and a learning space.
* We grow and deliver nutritious, organic food with students for community members most in need - seniors, veterans, foster youth, farmworkers and more * We collaborate with community partners to learn from each other and extend our collective impact in the community.


Children & Youth
Children & Youth, Community, Environment


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172 Litchfield LaneWatsonvilleWatsonville, CA 95076






  • Driver's License Needed
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • At least one truck load up and dump

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