Interns have played a vital role in our program. We welcome both college and high school students who are interested in working with adults with disabilities, sustainable farming, and floral horticulture.   Student interns work alongside our employees to help them transplant, harvest, and process cut flowers.  Interns will need to pass a background check and commit to 5-10 hours of work per week at the garden sites and sales locations.


Come get your hands in the soil and help ability bloom!  Volunteers are welcome on Tuesdays on either a one-time or continual basis.  We especially welcome the help of groups in late May/early June when the bulk of the planting is done.  Expect to work with our crew to transplant, weed, harvest, and prepare bouquets.  No experience is necessary and we welcome folks of all ages, though children under 16 should be accompanied by an adult.


We welcome donations of buckets, floral supplies, and plants!  We are also interested in garden projects that might be available on a volunteer basis in the winter months, such as indoor plant care.

If you are able to help in any of these areas  Please e-mail Glen Glen Robertson our Employment Specialist