HELP US GROW HANNAH FARM
Feed your community (and your soul) when you volunteer at our farm.
Help Hannah Farm grow! As a volunteer, you’ll travel with us out to Long Island in the Boston Harbor to spend the day harvesting, processing, weeding, feeding our chickens (cleverly named the Layah’s) and supporting the day to day task list of our farm crew. We love having volunteers join our crew, so grab a friend and email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign-up.
Once we receive your email, we’ll follow up with confirmation (note that you must be 18 years or older and your guest must be 10 or older). Please make sure you are physically capable to do a hard day’s work with strenuous activity in potentially variant weather.
Our fall farm schedule runs every Monday, Wednesday and Friday leaving the pier at 6am (we travel by Lobster boat!) and returning to South Boston by 2pm. Our spring and summer availability will change with the season, so please keep us in mind if the fall does not work out!
Last year, we grew 12,300 pounds of produce and donated 75% of it to people who need fresh healthy food. You can read more about our project here and here.
Find Your Roots
Sign up to volunteer below!
Sign up with a friend! Choose the day below that works best for both of you. Click on the day and enter your information to sign up. Casey, our Farm Director, will follow up with you with a confirmation (note that you must be 18 years or older and your guest must be older than 10). Please make sure you are physically capable to do a hard day’s work with strenuous activity in potentially hot weather.
If you are part of a group interested in volunteering, please visit our Group Volunteering page for more information!
GETTING TO THE FARM
We’ll travel together on a boat that leaves at 7:30AM from the World Trade Center in Boston’s Seaport District. The boat returns at 3:30PM.
|OUTBOUND 7:30 AM MON-FRI
LOCATION: WORLD TRADE CENTER DOCK
200 SEAPORT BLVD (NEXT TO DUNKIN DONUTS)
INBOUND 3:00 PM MON-FRI
LOCATION: CAMP HARBOR VIEW DOCK
RETURNS WORLD TRADE CENTER