Garden Volunteer

VOLUNTEER IN OUR LEARNING GARDEN

Garden volunteers will plant, harvest, pull weeds, and perform a variety of tasks required to maintain the garden and help it flourish.  Expect to bend, get dirty, and soak up some sun. Please bring your own gloves, a bottle of water (we will provide the refills) and sunscreen. Volunteers must be confirmed and scheduled by staff in advance of volunteering in the garden. 

Garden Volunteer Positions

  1. In the Garden
  2. As a Facilitator

GARDEN VOLUNTEER

  • Group

Bring your group to help us volunteer in the Learning Garden! Help us maintain the garden by doing simple gardening tasks such as planting, watering, harvesting, and weeding. It’s a fun and relaxing volunteer environment!

  • Individual

Come join our group of garden volunteers, and help us maintain the Learning Garden! We need your help doing simple gardening tasks such as planting, watering, harvesting, and weeding. It’s a fun and relaxing volunteer environment that is open to your availability from 8am-4pm every Monday to Friday.

AS A FACILITATOR

  • FACILITATORS WANTED: Do you love gardening? Would you like to help spread your garden knowledge and expertise with the community? Interfaith Food Bank is looking for Garden Facilitators in order to help teach and facilitate garden workshops and activities throughout the year. Every workshop and activity will include an educational, a hands-on, and a take-home component. All materials will be provided by Interfaith Food Bank. All workshops will be done at Interfaith Food Bank, and will take place in a casual, and supportive environment.

          Workshop and activity time and dates can be flexible to facilitator availability.

          Honorariums may be available for facilitators.

 

 

If you’re interested in becoming a facilitator or have any questions about the workshops, please contact us at: garden@interfaithfoodbank.com or at 403 320 8779.

Want to bring in your own workshop ideas? Let us know! We’re excited to bring all kinds of activities to the Learning Garden!