Volunteer opportunities are open to applicants who wish to benefit from either Physical, educational, or social experiences.
In making its determination of farm volunteers, the Farm may consider not only the applicant’s physical capabilities for farm work and chores, but also the applicant’s character and personality. Applicants are considered for admission without regard to their race, color, religion, sex, disability, ethnicity, marital status, genetic information, sexual orientation, national origin or veteran’s status. The Farm reserves the right to refuse any applicant if the Farm, in its sole discretion, determined that the applicant does not have the ability to benefit from the experience; or that it is in the best interest of the Farm or the applicant to do so.
The Farm reserves the right to deny former volunteers who did not benefit from the experience or who put themselves, others, or animals in danger or discomfort. The Farm also reserves the right to deny former volunteers if they did not follow farm rules or the direction of Farm employees.