FoodWaves seeks to educate individuals, families, small groups, small businesses, other non-profits, etc. interested in learning more about food justice and/or how to gain access to healthy produce by growing it yourself!
FoodWaves teaches through hands-on learning experiences how to grow, harvest, prepare, and preserve fresh, nutritious, local, seasonal, and sustainable produce.
If you are a beginner interested in starting a backyard, small-container garden, then FoodWaves wants to teach you how to "garden like a farmer"
If you want to learn how to operate a small-acreage market farm, then check out our internship program
If you are a principal/teacher with a neglected garden on your campus and you want to start gardening, then visit our educational farm or gardens to learn and ask questions
If you are a small group or business seeking to give back to the community, then volunteer at the farm or gardens
If you want to tour a sustainable small-business farm to learn more about local, sustainable food production, then set-up a time and date
Or, if you are interested in learning more about raised-bed gardens, homesteading, soil care, pest control, weed management, best watering practices, how to raise chickens, turkeys, and/or pigs, etc. Let's GET Educated!
Click on the Educational Farm button at the top to learn more about opportunities at our partner farm, Converging Creeks Farm, in Colton, Oregon.
Click on the Educational Gardens button at the top to learn more about how FoodWaves can help you grow your Garden Education Program.