Roundabout Meadows Community Farm

Interested in volunteering? Help us with planting and harvesting healthy food for Loudoun residents in need. On-site training will be provided. Previous experience is welcomed, but it is not required. Be prepared to work outside in variable weather conditions, get your hands dirty while doing a good deed, and learn about your local agriculture community. All ages are welcome. However, children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. There will be special days scheduled to accommodate the whole family!

Planting (March - August): We need volunteers to plant vegetable transplants and seeds. Bring gardening gloves and a trowel (if you have them), snacks, water, sun protection, bug repellent and weather appropriate clothing. On-site training will be provided.

Harvesting (May - October): Help us harvest fresh vegetables for donation to Loudoun Hunger and other local organizations. Job stations include harvesting, weighing, and packaging. Bring gloves and snips (if you have them), snacks, water, sun protection, bug repellent, and weather appropriate clothing. On-site training will be provided.

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If you are interested in volunteering, take review our upcoming volunteer opportunities posted online on either:

You can use either website to sign up!

Have questions? Contact Dana Melby at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or (540) 347-2334 ext. 7068.

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Contact Dana Melby at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 540-347-2334 x.7068

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This project is made possible through generous funding by Prince Charitable Trusts, the George L. Ohrstrom, Jr. Foundation, 100WomenStrong, the Chichester duPont Foundation, The Luminescence Foundation, David Ford, George L. Ohrstrom, II, Jean Perin, and Viviane Warren, along with other individual contributions from numerous members of the local community.  

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