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Claire May

Hayes Farm needs your support!

Our small, dedicated team is taking big ideas and putting them into action, however educating people is both labour-intensive and cost-intensive. Our programs are most appealing to a growing group of people who want not only to survive, but to thrive through meaningful work. It is vital that our program fees remain affordable to learners, but these fees remain a barrier for many.

If you find value in our offerings, we invite you to consider a single, monthly, or annual donation to help us shift the food sovereignty paradigm from scarcity to abundance in a co-creative way! Please give generously, and/or share the campaign widely, whatever gift you may be able to offer. No donation is too small and every effort is deeply appreciated.

Woliwon, Wela’lin, Merci, Thank you!


Welcome to Hayes Farm! It has been a busy, bountiful, and beautiful first couple of years here at Hayes and we're glad you've found us! 

Hayes Farm is a gem right inside the city of Fredericton's Devon neighbourhood. We are a community farm and educational space that aims to foster a thriving and resilient culture of local food growers, eaters, and supporters. Our human-scale regenerative farming model advances food security and food sovereignty, socioeconomic responsibility, environmental accountability, and prosperity of purpose in the local community. We will accomplish this by integrating Wabanaki wisdom & food ways, principles of land-based learning, and deep-rooted connections and responsibilities to our Earth Mother.


This project is the brainchild of NB Community Harvest Gardens.

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