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Workshare And CSA Programs At Nearby Three Part Harmony Farm

Nearby Three Part Harmony Farm is a 2 acre farm that began in 2011. It was established by Gail Taylor, who is dedicated to producing locally grown food without synthetic chemicals or genetically modified seeds. Check out this great write up on their blog that goes into detail about how Ms. Taylor got started and how she stays inspired.

With spring approaching, you may want to consider volunteering at the farm. There is even the opportunity to exchange work for vegetables for those committed to coming on a regular basis. From the volunteer page:

WORKSHARE
Exchange 3 hours of work for a share of vegetables. A workshare should commit to coming on a regular basis, i.e. once a week or at least a couple of times a month.

Spending more time with us allows you more opportunities to learn- we do different tasks throughout the season together and we have plenty of time for Q&A/ mini workshops in the field while weeding.

Make sure to check out all the details on the volunteer page.

If digging in the dirt is not your thing, you might want to consider signing up for their Community Supported Agriculture (CSA), which is a partnership between the farm and customers who pay ahead of time for an entire season’s worth of farm goods. Go here for more information on that program.

Three Part Harmony Farm is located at 3102 4th Street NE (on the property of the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate, near 4th and Michigan Ave, NE.)

Three Part Harmony – Get Involved, Support Local Farming

TomatoNearby Three Part Harmony Farm is a 2 acre farm that began in 2011. It was established by Gail Taylor, who is dedicated to producing locally grown food without synthetic chemicals or genetically modified seeds. Check out this great write up on their blog that goes into detail about how Ms. Taylor got started and how she stays inspired.

With spring approaching, you may want to consider volunteering at the farm. There is even the opportunity to exchange work for vegetables for those committed to coming on a regular basis. From the volunteer page:

We take adult volunteers during the open hours anytime during the season. Please RSVP your first time so we know to expect you…All volunteers must arrive within the first two hours of our start time and plan to work at least 2 hours at a time. For example, between May and August we start at 8 am even on Saturdays. Please do not arrive past 10 am on those days. If you wanted to earn a share, you would need to arrive by 9 am to get in three hours of work on those Saturdays.

Make sure to check out all the details on the volunteer page. Three Part Harmony Farm is located at 3102 4th Street NE (on the property of the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate, near 4th and Michigan Ave, NE.)

Three Part Harmony Farm Fall Festival This Saturday

The 3rd annual Fall Festival at Three Part Harmony Farm is happening this Saturday, October 17th from 1 – 4 pm. Check out the event page here and the tweet below for more information. There will be a pot luck meal and a community-led mural project. Three Part Harmony Farm is located at 3102 4th Street NE.

Three Part Harmony Farm Brings Eco-Friendly Farming To The Neighborhood

Three Part Harmony Farm Logo
Logo courtesy of Three Part Harmony Farm

We were excited to learn about nearby Three Part Harmony Farm,  which began in 2011, and hopes to become the first commercial farm in DC since 1939. The farm was established by Gail Taylor, who is dedicated to producing locally grown food without synthetic chemicals or genetically modified seeds. Check out this great write up on their blog that goes into detail about how Ms. Taylor got started and how she stays inspired.

There are several ways to get involved and support the farm, from purchasing  their chemical free seedlings, volunteering,  donating , or signing up for their 2015 CSA. (Community Supported Agriculture, which is a partnership between the farm and customers who pay ahead of time for an entire season’s worth of farm goods.) The two acre farm is located on the property of the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate, near 4th and Michigan Ave, NE. Very cool!