Are you a farm volunteer? Are you interested in volunteering at the farm? Or do you just want to know what the farm goals and objectives are?!
The farm committee is hosting a work lunch to share our mission-aligned goals, objectives to meet the goals and how you might be able to help! We are welcoming the community to join us for this workshop to cultivate ideas and volunteer for our upcoming projects.
When: Sunday, November 15th, 2015
Lunch: 1:00-2:00 pm, $5 asked to help cover lunch fees.
Workshop: 2:00-3:00 pm
Where: Mariner’s Church, 100 Stone Pine Rd, Half Moon Bay.
Please RSVP, especially if you want to come for lunch, so we will have enough food.
Farm Day was a flurry of activity: A group of interesting, energetic and goal-oriented young people volunteered from Tech Soup and Terry’s Pioneer Group also made it out. We completed our entire task list and also enjoyed playing games, listening to music and hanging out. Thanks for joining us!
Thank you so much for coming out to the farm today! We got a lot done! Spring planting, watering and finishing the fire pit. I hope to see all of you back for March’s farm day. Mark your calendar, March 11.
See you then!
Look at some of these pictures (we were so busy, I did not have enough time to take pictures):
This new year has blessed us with 20 new chickens for the Big Wave Farm! Two farm volunteers, Kathy and Catherine, went on a mission to find more chickens for the farm. Keeping in mind the long term goal of creating an education garden space and the ability to be a sustainable farm-to-table farm for the Big Wave community, we are trying to expand all parts of the farm.
Kathy and Catherine made the short trip to Menlo Park to rescue 10 hens and on a different day, adventured down to South San Jose to get 10 more chickens from a residence.
Except for one bird whom we decided to name Trouble, merging the three flocks went really well. With minor amounts of sparring, the peeking order was established quickly and without the loss of feathers.
Here are some of our new hens:
The farm and garden are constantly in need of donations, both time and resources. Please help out when you can.
If this list is something you are unable to do but you still want to donate, please visit our “Donate,” page: https://bigwaveproject.org/donate/ to donate through PayPal or with a check. Thank you so much for your support.
Brightly colored house paint for garden signs
Organic vegetable and fruit seeds
Irrigation drip system (lines, elbows, and drippers.)
Empty egg cartons
Peat moss for 15 beds @ $15.00 each.
Compost for 15 beds @ $8.00 each.
Garden gloves (new or used.)
Gallon freezer bags
Dehydrated meal worms for chicken treats
(list edited 12/1/2015)
Questions about the list? Please email:
Jon Yoshimine at email@example.com or text or call at: (650)-245-2790
Catherine St. Marie at firstname.lastname@example.org or text or call at: (415)-244-1594
We are still planning on farm day this Saturday! Come on out if it’s not raining!
When: Saturday, Dec 13th, 2014; 10-1pm
Where: at the farm! just slightly North of 333 Airport Street, HMB
1.) build a fire pit
2.) put new plastic on the green house.
Make sure you say hi to the chickens and pick some veggies before you leave!
See you then!
-the farm team
Check it out!
Next farm day: August 9th, 10:00 am
Hello farmers and supporters of Big Wave!
You made it through a tough day, weeding, mulching and transplanting. Check out these awesome pictures from our work and barbecue!
Please come down and join in the fun, fellowship and community.
Learn how to ‘grow your own’, and meet the girls.
Lunch is included. Suggested donation is $5.00
When: Saturday, June 13th, 10:00-1:00 pm
Where: North 333 Airport Blvd. El Granada, Ca. 94018.
Hello farmers and supporters:
Thanks for making it out today, despite the wind. I continue to enjoy meeting new people so that was a big plus for me! We also got a lot done! Weeding, watering, mulching and having a good time.
Thanks especially to those potential residents who made it out today: Lizzie, Stephanie, Thea, Matt, Vanessa, Joey and Patrick.
Check out some pictures from today: