We invite you to help support our work this Summer!
High School interns wanted!
Get your volunteer hours in this summer or start your Senior project. We have ongoing positions open for bright and earnest high school interns.
One position available for the archiving and cataloguing of historic Suyematsu farm tools and artifacts. Applicant must demonstrate an interest in social studies, with strong organizational skills.
One position available to help launch our preserving the Marshall strawberry project. Get in on the ground floor of this exciting and historic project.
Several positions are open at our demonstration plot involving the maintenance of crops and animals, small construction projects, and research & writing.
More on internships...
Be an Edible Education Program Docent
Enthusiastic about farming, sustainable agriculture, edible education, Bainbridge Island history? Want to share your knowledge and enthusiasm with Bainbridge Island students? Volunteer to be a program docent, assisting with farm school programs throughout the next school year. We are training interested docents throughout July and August. Contact us for training information.
Volunteer on the farm!
Love working with plants, chickens, and rabbits? Do you have building skills? Just want to lend hand on the farm? We can use your help with our outdoor learning centers. Small construction projects and farm maintenance are ongoing. Contact us for more details.
We are deeply grateful for the generous donations that fund our education programs. Donations can be made by check (Educulture at Global Source Education, PO Box 11316, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110, through Paypal, or through our partner program One Call for All.
Currently we are looking for donations of:
- plants for our growing orchard
- lidded one gallon containers (like large yogurt containers).
- lumber for raised beds
Contact us for more details.