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Positions: Organic Gardeners
Organic Farm: Root Haven Farm
Location: Jordan Station / Lincoln, Niagara Region, Ontario

Do you want to be more connected to our food system but don't know where to start? Do you want to learn more about small-scale agriculture or just simply need volunteer hours? Do you want to get your hands dirty, spend time in nature and work with plants?

About Us:

Root Haven Farm is a small-scale urban and organic farm that is run by Cherice and her husband, Jeremy.

Root Haven produces primarily fresh veggies and uses only organic growing methods/ inputs. Because Root Haven is such a small-scale garden, there is little machinery used and therefore, most work includes physical labour. All weeding, planting, seeding, harvesting and processing of veggies is done by hand.

To Apply:

If you are physically active, mobile and willing to volunteer, please email Cherice at
Please indicate you saw this posting at GoodWork.

Volunteers must be available during the day on Tuesdays, Thursdays or Fridays. Whether you come for the morning, afternoon, whole day or a couple hours, you can contribute to our food system!


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Current status: Open/apply now.   Date posted: Jul 20 2021    ID: 60686