Apprenticeship-style learning and jobs in a neurodiverse community.
Partner with Us
We Build Relationships with Businesses Like Yours
We tend our garden in an environmentally friendly way, with the goal of beautifying our community and building partnerships with local businesses.
In fact, our program relies heavily on custom-designed relationships that allow us to deliver a product that is just right for your business and features what we grow! What are some options?
Partnership opportunities include:
- Weekly delivery arrangements (wholesale)
- Donation-based delivery arrangements
- Joint partnership fundraisers
- Custom-designed programs and products from our farm to your business.
Access a more detailed information sheet here.
Your Support is Essential
We’ve hired our first group of apprentices! We are hard at work harvesting and delivering zinnias, sunflowers, herbs, tomatoes, cucumbers, chard, and more! We offer targeted mini-apprenticeships on a contract basis to perform essential organizational tasks in our garden, in the community, and for organizational management.
Fund an Apprentice
Your donation to Legacy Farms supports short-term, contract-based jobs for a mentor and/or an apprentice (ages 16 and up), learning real-world skills in gardening, media design, sales management or non-profit organizational development. The program is well underway, and we hired our first group of paid apprentices this summer!
Mentor or Hire a Legacy Farmer
Legacy Farms is always looking for local mentors and employers with whom to partner. If you wish to learn more about the benefits to your organization and how to support this effort, please contact us.
Legacy Farms’ History
Learn about Legacy Farms’ history and past programming in this video!
And, coming soon…
a new video describing recent development of our Growing Together model, offering paid apprenticeships in a neurodiverse community.
The interviews, photography, and narration in this video were created for Legacy Farms by one of our participant apprentices! See more of her work at ARTWORKS.