There are many ways to get involved with the Green Thumb Project. From volunteering to student employment to internships, find out where you fit in!
We need all kinds of volunteers! Volunteering for The Green Thumb Project is a great way to learn new skills or share the ones you have with the community. We do work all over town and at our own garden sites. Volunteers are our greatest resource and put the community in community gardening!
Workdays at the Green Thumb Learning Garden vary week-to-week depending on the garden’s needs. The produce goes to our volunteers, visitors, and the Kirksville Farmer’s Market. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to get on our volunteer list and check our Facebook page for updates!
Workdays at the Kirksville Housing
Authority’s Village 76 include helping members of the community care for their garden and building new garden beds with other volunteers.
For these as well as other volunteer opportunities, check out our Volunteering Opportunities Calendar!
Why Should I Volunteer? (Essay by Autumn Rivera.)
Students at Truman State University can complete scholarship and work-study hours through our program. This is a great opportunity to get hours, serve the community, and spend time away from the classroom. For more information, email us at email@example.com.
We offer internships to students staying in Kirksville over the summer. Email us if you’re interested!