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Farm Stay

What Can You Do With Your Farm Stay?

First Generation Farmers’ core principle is to serve and strengthen our community. We believe people from all walks of life are better off when they’re connected to good food and to the people and natural resources that produce it.

FGF seeks to rekindle these connections. We start by growing organic vegetables using methods that replenish the earth, rather than depleting it. We deliver our fresh, healthy, delicious veggies to neighbors and nearby restaurants. And because we’re in it for the long haul, we also train and mentor beginning farmers to help us build a more sustainable and equitable food system for the next generation.

Farming is not for everyone, of course, but experience tells us that everyone who visits FGF comes away feeling enlivened by the farm and its rhythms, inspired by their discovery of a place where good things are growing.

In an effort to share FGF’s energy and atmosphere with as many people as possible, we open the farm to volunteers, overnight campers, birthday and wedding celebrations, and corporate team-building events.

  • Volunteers


  • Campers


  • Events


  • Vegetable Acres


  • Vineyard Acres



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Worldwide Opportunities on Organic Farms, USA (WWOOF-USA®) is part of a worldwide effort to link visitors with organic farmers, promote an educational exchange, and build a global community conscious of ecological farming practices.

Visitors, or “WWOOFers,” spend about half a day helping out on a host farm, learn about the organic movement and sustainable agriculture, and receive room and board during their visit — with no money exchanged between hosts and WWOOFers.

FGF began hosting WWOOFers in 2013 and quickly became one of the most sought after host farms in the U.S. At last count, we’d hosted more than 200 WWOOFers, many of them returning to us for multiple stays. At FGF, WWOOFers experience a twelve-acre, full production, organic farm. Alongside our farmers, they seed in the greenhouse, transplant seedlings, learn about weed and pest management, and harvest and eat the food they’ve helped to grow.