During the Spring 2017 semester, our volunteer workdays are Sundays 10 am to noon. Anyone is welcome to attend these volunteering times. Learn more about volunteering.
Starting Fall 2016, Microfarm will be offering community garden plots in as a continuation of the former Concho Community Garden. Community gardens get access to soil, tools and resources needed to grow and harvest your own food. Plots are available to all UT affiliates. Learn more about renting a community garden plot.
Have an insatiable knack for farming? Ever wonder where food comes from? Consider joining our team. These positions could work well as leadership and research experiences for a number of different majors, careers, and academic programs. Team members have flexibility to pursue what they’re interested in. No experience necessary to apply, just enthusiasm. Learn more about joining our team.
The success of the UT Microfarm project is in so many ways dependent upon the generosity of volunteers, collaborators, and supporters. If you can help us out with any donations, materials, or skills, we’d much appreciate it! Learn more about donating.