You can get involved with our vibrant Farm community by becoming a volunteer. Farming, nursery, construction and kitchen volunteers are welcome. We also occasionally need people with professional or trade skills (even off-site help, if you can’t get to the farm): building, electrical, plumbing, welding, accounting, legal, to name a few.
There are lots of meaningful ways to be a part of the Farm community. Volunteers work in teams to assist in:
- Maintaining gardens
- Nursery production
- Market gardens production
- Cooking and food processing
- Green waste recycling
- Animal care
- Construction and tool maintenance
- Assisting with events
- Administration, promotions, & IT support
To find out more, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please click links below for more information on these roles.
Youth Education Workers (casual)
Requirements for all volunteers
If any of the above vacancies appeal to you, then please attend the farm induction process so that you can be covered under the farm’s insurance. This will be held on the first Tuesday of each month at 9:30 am
Wear enclosed shoes, a hat and gloves (NSCF can provide gloves if you require them).
Please refrain from coming in if you are experiencing flu-like symptoms. Please also continue to observe any COVID restrictions.
Maintain good hygiene when you are at the Farm by washing your hands or sanitising when required and keep a physical distance.
Morning break – 10:00 am – 10:30 am (tea and coffee provided)
Lunch – 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm (Tuesdays to Thursdays free community meal)
The NSCF Volunteers Handbook gives more detail of what is involved in volunteering at NSCF. NSCF Volunteers Handbook
NSCF Code of Conduct
We are an inclusive community, welcoming people of all backgrounds and abilities. To ensure we all work well together, everyone at NSCF agrees to abide by the Code of Conduct, which describes both acceptable and unacceptable behaviours. NSCF Code of Conduct