Volunteers help grow our local food community
and make our work possible!
Volunteer With Us
Farmshed is an organization run on volunteers! In order to pull off our annual events and programs, we look to the Central Wisconsin community for their assistance. Our volunteer opportunities range from working in our kitchen, greenhouse, grounds, and our off-site events.
We would love to hear about experiences you have had while volunteering at Farmshed! Click here to share an experience with us.
Click here to sign up for our Volunteer Newsletter!
Click here to view the Farmshed Volunteer Calendar!
BADGER BOX DISTRIBUTION:
In partnership with the Hunger Task Force, Central Rivers Farmshed has become a distribution site for their supplemental meal program, Badger Boxes. This is a monthly, income eligible program. Help us unload and assemble boxes to give them to your community!
Check out our shifts to help unload Badger Boxes here
SIB PAB MEALS at FARMSHED:
Volunteer to help prepare healthy culturally appropriate meals for Hmong elders, residents with disabilities and their families. Meals are prepared and shared on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Click here to view available meal prepping shifts
Sib Pab meal preparation is on Tuesdays
Click here to view available meal delivery shifts
A note to our drivers ~ we will be doing contactless delivery until further notice.
FROZEN ASSETS PROCESSING at FARMSHED:
Volunteer in the Farmshed kitchen to help process vegetables for our Frozen Assets CSA program.
Click here to view available shifts and to sign-up
FRONT DESK WORK:
Help Farmshed staff increase our work capacity by working our front desk. Jobs include: engaging with the public, organization of Farmshed, handing out orders, and answering phones. Volunteers are welcome to bring books, school materials, etc. for slower periods of the day. Fill out this google form if interested.
Farmshed is activating our back garden space and greenhouse to increase produce yield, better supply our food programs and support our community by creating a robust food system. To achieve this, we need individuals to help us clear, clean and preform general garden labor in order to reach this goal.
Check out the available shifts we have here
Lending a Hand During COVID-19
Volunteering with Farmshed looks a little different right now, but you can still get involved.
All volunteers will have their temperatures taken and will be required to fill out a waiver verifying their health.
Per CDC guidelines, all volunteers with a temperature above 100.4F will be sent home.
If you are sick, or in contact with someone who’s sick, stay home. Individuals who arrive on site with symptoms will be asked to go home.
Masks are required and must be worn at all times.
Frozen Assets volunteers will be given a face shield and gloves for their shift as well.