Hands On Nashville Urban Farm
Located on 5-acres in south Nashville, Hands On Nashville’s Urban Farm is a teaching and learning hub for volunteers, students, and community partners.
The Farm serves as a vibrant resource for volunteers to grow gardening skills, learn about healthy eating choices and gain an understanding of food access in our community. A portion of produce harvested from the Farm is donated to nonprofit partners addressing food access issues, including The Nashville Food Project.
Volunteer Opportunities at the Farm:
Hands On Nashville engages volunteers to cultivate and maintain the Farm year-round, hosting 100+ volunteer opportunities annually!
Volunteer at the Urban Farm!
Space for Community Programming
Community partners are invited to reserve this space for volunteer projects, educational programming, and private events. Contact us for more information!
History of the Farm:
The Urban Farm is a public/private partnership spearheaded by Hands On Nashville, The Office of the Mayor, and Metro Nashville Parks and Recreation. Following the May 2010 flood, Metro Government purchased this 5-acre flood tract. Hands On Nashville staff and volunteers transformed the space into what is now a thriving, sustainable community resource and learning space.
Nashville School Garden CoalitionThe Nashville School Garden Coalition, in partnership with Hands On Nashville, is a group of teachers, parents, community volunteers and school garden advocates who work together to support school gardens in Nashville. Learn more about this partnership.
"The greatest gift of the garden is the restoration of the five senses."