How & where to get involved

There are many ways to participate in Project EATS – ranging from becoming a farmer apprentice (for high school students) or attending one of our Saturday morning storytelling breakfasts in Brownsville! Please contact us if you have any questions, ideas, or just want to come by the farms sometime – our contact info is at the bottom of the page. You can learn all about our farms farther down the page as well – check them out and come visit us!

Here are a bunch of ways to get involved!

INDIVIDUALS Train or volunteer at our farms. Facebook, Tweet, Text, and Talk about Project EATS. Participate in our Workshops and School Programs. Share ideas with us. Shop at our seasonal, weekly farm stands. Purchase our products. Donate to support our various programs and operations.

PUBLIC MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOLS Help students get involved with the Project EATS After School Program. Bring the Project EATS Curriculum for STEM into your school. Host Project EATS School-Wide projects.

COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS & COMMUNITY LEADERS Develop partnerships with Project EATS to have greater impacts in the places we work.

EDUCATIONAL & CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS Create student internships and support student projects that contribute to the Project EATS mission and students’ development. Partner and collaborate in existing or proposed community projects.

PUBLIC AGENCIES Partner and collaborate on community initiatives. Provide in-kind resources. Contact us to participate how and when you like so that we can all thrive! Click below if you are interested in making a donation.

Please send individual and group volunteer inquiries to



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We are currently farming on nearly 5 acres of land in four boroughs. All of our farms are certified naturally grown - free from any chemical fertilizers, pesticides, or herbicides. Click on a location for details about our farms and farm stands.


Project EATS East New York Health + Hospitals Farm

East New York

Project EATS Marcus Garvey Apartments Farm



Project EATS Essex Rooftop Farm

Lower East Side

Project EATS HELPSEC & Clark Thomas Farms

Wards Island


Project EATS Hollis Farm


The Bronx

Project EATS St. Barnabas Rooftop Farm