Apply to be a Nursery Volunteer at Nasami Farm!
Thank you for your interest in volunteering with New England Wild Flower Society as a Nursery Volunteer. Please tell us about yourself and we will get back to you with more information about volunteering at our Whately, MA location.

Nasami Farm is our native plant nursery located in Whately, Massachusetts where we focus on growing genetically diverse plants that are adapted to the region's climate and support healthy ecosystems. We specialize in the propagation of locally sourced New England native plants grown from seeds sustainably collected throughout the region. Nasami Farm offers a broad selection of plants suitable for both ecological landscaping and restoration.

Volunteer tasks.
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Please tell us a bit about yourself and why you are interested in becoming a Nursery Volunteer.
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Generally volunteering activities are scheduled weekdays between the hours of 9-5 for a minimum of 2 hours. Please indicate days of the week you are typically available.
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