Join us for a Field Walk!

March 23rd, 2011

Join us for a Field Walk!
Red Wiggler Community Farm Founder and Executive Director Woody Woodroof will show you around our beautiful 14 acre campus. Depending on the interests of the group, we will discuss the basics of our multi-dimensional mission, horticultural programs, organic farming methods, successes and challenges. You will learn about our solar home, mobile chicken tractor, relationship to the wetlands, with time set aside to address your questions. This is a great way to gain an understanding of how Red Wiggler Community Farm began and how the farm is sustaining itself as it grows.

Option One:
Best for individuals and small groups, we will offer scheduled field walks throughout the season. Field Walks are open to all at a rate of $10 per person, and we will limit group size to 20 people per walk to ensure the best possible experience. Have a look at the schedule, then contact us to reserve your spot. **Current CSA members can join us at no charge , just be sure to reserve your spot**

Dates for Spring and Early Summer 2011:

Thursday, April 7th, 10 am
Friday, April 29th, 10 am
Friday, May 13th, 10 am
Friday, June 10th, 10 am
Saturday, June 11th, Noon
Friday, July 15th, 10 am
Saturday, July 16th, Noon

Additional dates may be added based on interest, so please contact us at for more information and to reserve your spot.

Option Two:
We now offer Farm Consultations, an opportunity to meet with Woody to address the specific needsind interests of your group. Often this option works for Universities, Non- Profits and individuals interested in setting up similar projects in their own communities. The content is similar to the Field Walks above, and also includes a pre visit phone conversation and the delivery of any support materials via email after the meetings. If you would like to visit for a one on one tour and consultation with Woody at a mutually determined time, the fee is $200 and the size of the group is up to you.

Contact to schedule a Farm Consultation.

Final note:
Over the past few years, interest in small scale, local food production has been explosive. In an effort to meet the demand created by this growing interest while holding the needs of our Farm Based Programs as our highest priority, we have created the system above. We hope this pricing structure will keep informational tours accessible while also meeting the needs of those seeking more in-depth consulting. We are sure the system will evolve as we gain experience this season and ask that if you do come for a tour or consultation that you share your feedback so we can develop these activities as an important educational aspect of our Mission.