If you are interested in volunteering with any Stanmer Organics projects please find relevant opportunities and contacts below:
Fork And Dig It welcomes people of all ages and abilities. We practice and teach sustainable agriculture with a sensitive approach towards land management, biodiversity and the environment. Our approach is informed by both traditional organic farming techniques, permaculture and the no-dig method. Volunteering can involve land preparation, sowing, planting, harvesting, composting etc. All work is supervised. Bring enthusiasm, sensible clothes, some lunch to share and enjoy a healthy active day with us learning how to grow food.
Our Volunteer days: Fridays all year round from 10-3:00pm and Sundays (25th Feb, 4th Mar, 25th Mar, 13th May, 3rd Jun and 30th Sept from 11-4:00pm.
For more information or to get in touch go to www.forkanddigit.co.uk.
The Physic Garden is an organic, medicine garden growing medicinal herbs, fruit, vegetables and edible flowers. It is a hands on, work-in-progress project and we would love to have you on board. Come and join us on one of our regular volunteer days (usually Fridays at the moment) or arrange a tailored day for groups. Please do get in touch!
Our charitable company runs 40 courses and events a year, many at Earthship Brighton, aimed at educating people to live more sustainable lifestyles.
Stanmer Stone Works
Open to students of sculpture, various opportunities arise through out the year enabling students to create their own works in exchange for assistance with ongoing projects, including bronze casting, plaster and clay work, as well as stone work.
Please contact markATstanmerstoneworks.co.uk
Opportunities for learning about all types of wood craft are available. If you would like to volunteer to help with land and workshop based activities at Woodcraft Workshops please contact: email@example.com or use the contact page at www.woodcraftworkshops.co.uk
Special Branch Tree Nursery
Volunteers welcome every Friday, 10-4pm, to learn all aspects of tree nursery practice.
No experience necessary, but a passion for nature and the outdoors helps.