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Advocating community partnerships, modeling innovative methods to grow healthy foods, and promoting healthy habits and healthy eating.  

Group and individual tours available for free with advance notice. Come see the hydroponic setups and progress made as The Farm begins its revolutionary setup in Washington County.

We can work with your schedule and experience level to find the best fit for you. Individual volunteers, families, and groups are all welcome.

Now accepting applications for the Agricultural Production & Education internship for Winter 2021 and Spring 2022. Get more info on Internships at The FARM.

Support The FARM through a charitable donation to Food Helpers, being able to designate your donations towards The FARM to help be a part of our growth in the community.

Advocating community partnerships  --  Modeling innovative methods to grow healthy foods  --  Promoting healthy habits and healthy eating.  


The FARM is a community-supported agricultural enterprise that strives to provide healthy produce for those in need while promoting education, empowerment, and sustainable agriculture.  The Farm is located at the 24-acre property of the Greater Washington County Food Bank, with the function and capabilities of growing fruits and vegetables for the clients the Food Bank serves. Currently, The Farm hosts several hydroponic and aquaponic containers for growing, is developing a fully-functional greenhouse space, a 100-tree orchard of mixed fruits, and raised beds for gardening. Several projects are in the works, including utilization of the acreage for planting and growing crops, innovative agriculture education programs,  and development of further hydroponic and aquaponic containers.

Below, you can get a live look at our Aquaponic systems thanks to Aquaponics AI.

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