Crop Mob at Community Farm
1829 San Ysidro Crossing, Santa Fe, NM 87507
Sunday, May 19th
1pm – 4pm
Please RSVP for Event
What is a crop mob? It began in 2008 in North Carolina to grow sweet potatoes (which is great that we are starting at the community farm that had sweet potatoes last year). A few times per year they come to help farms with planting. We would like to have 20+ people volunteer at the community farm to help plant the items in the greenhouse. We will go to other farms and large gardens to help this season. Look at the COMMUNITY CALENDAR for updates.
Here is a great quote from the main website: “We work together in the spirit of mutual aid and any crop mobber can call a crop mob to do the kind of work it takes a community to do. We work together, share a meal, play, talk, and make music. No money is exchanged. This is the stuff that communities are made of.”
Come join us this weekend to help. Volunteering on this day will show you the farm and introduce you to Lois Harvie, Volunteer Coordinator and Linda Marple, Executive Director.