Get Involved

Crabtree Farms is more than just a farm; it’s a community. We invite you to join us on this incredible journey towards a more sustainable, connected, and healthier future. Whether you’re a volunteer, supporter, or simply someone who appreciates fresh, locally grown food, there’s a place for you at Crabtree Farms.


Workshare volunteers commit to seasonal sessions (approx. 3 months long) and have a scheduled 3 or 5 hour work day each week — in exchange for a biweekly produce box. If interested in applying for our Workshare program, feel free to fill out the “Volunteer” form, or you can contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Chloe Dente, at or 423-493-9155.


Get Your Hands Dirty

Volunteers learn about sustainable agriculture through hands-on experiences. Volunteering is a great activity for individuals, groups, or families. We always need extra hands on the farm for a variety of projects. Contact or 423.493.9155 for more information or sign up for our current volunteer opportunities here:


Crabtree Farms offers internships during the spring, summer, and fall. Internships are an excellent way to gain real world experience in agriculture and non-profit communication. We can tailor an internship focus to meet the needs and interests of the intern or school, and for students, college credit can be available. Call 423-493-9155 for more information.

2023 Internship opportunities available:


Crabtree Farms is hiring a Community Food and Land Access Coordinator. To apply please send your cover letter and resume to

This is a full time, hourly, public facing position responsible for coordinating on and off-site community garden programming, the Emerging Farmer Program and the management of the seasonal farm stand. Starting pay range is $16-18/hr, depending on experience.

For the full job description, click here.

Application Deadline is December 15, 2023