There are lots of ways to join us at Hayes Farm without committing to a full-time or formal program. Take a look at our informal opportunities below, including Growers' Guild sessions, drop-in learning (returning in May 2021), and volunteering.
We are excited to be bringing back our public offering of both online and on-farm drop-in learning sessions.
Online sessions are available via Zoom. They are typically supported by a powerpoint presentation &/or video &/or images, and also include group discussion and opportunities for questions.
On-farm sessions are back with a maximum of 20 participants. Both masks and physical distancing practices are required. We tend to move around the farm for these sessions, so please come dressed for the weather, and let us know if you have any limitations to this format that we should be aware of.
How does it work?
Advance registration by email (at least 2 business days prior) will be required for all sessions, whether in-person or online
Email with the session(s) you'd like to attend, your completed NBCHG membership form, and payment (cash and cheque are also accepted)
When your registration is complete, you'll receive detailed instructions for to make sure you're all set for a great learning experience!
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We are always looking for extra sets of hands and extra minds to help us work toward our mission, and to simply get things done. Whether your interest is 'in the weeds' on farm, connecting with community, helping on veggie pick up days, early season help in the hoop house, logistics, or organizational structure and governance (etc., etc., etc.!), we would love to have you as part of our team!
Volunteer opportunities can be one-time only or routine, and we love to host groups for team building and community days of action.
If you are interested in volunteering with us at Hayes Farm, please get in touch with the Hayes Farm Coordinator (Claire) at . Can't wait to hear from you!
Growers' Guild Sessions - Winter 2021; complete until next winter!
Growers' Guild sessions are not workshops. Instead, we are gathering like-minded people - from beginners to professionals - to discuss a common topic. Hayes Farm invites you online to join us in conversation. You'll come away
with new ideas, resources, and networking opportunities, whatever your growing goals.
January 31 @ 1pm: PermaChat, co-hosted with Permaculture Atlantic Network
February 7 @ 1pm: Homesteading and Self-Provisioning, co-hosted with Laura Boyd, Louise Comeau, and Tom Beckley
February 14 @ 1pm: Growing Seasonally in New Brunswick, co-hosted with Corinne Hersey, Alison Juta, and Carol Muncer
February 21 @ 1pm: Small Growers' Cooperatives, tips & networking with Pierre-Olivier Brassard and Mark Trealout