HOW DO YOU WANT TO GET INVOLVED?
Whether you’ve got years of experience under your belt or are simply curious and want to try getting your hands dirty, everyone is welcome to volunteer at the Concordia Greenhouse.
We offer a variety of ways to get involved:
Weekly Volunteer Sessions
We offer drop-in volunteer sessions working with plants each week.
Scroll down for full details for volunteer sessions.
Our current internships within the greenhouse include Four Seasons Growing, House plants and Atrium Garden, Media and Outreach and Farmers Market Stand. Applications occur in August and December, and will be posted on this site.
City Farm School Internships
These 8-month long internships will teach you about small scale farming from start to finish. Visit their website for more information.
Board of Directors
Our dedicated board of directors volunteers offer a year-long commitment to the organization, sharing and gaining skills with the collective. Learn more about how to apply here.
- Gain experience
- Learn new techniques
- Improve skills
- Help out useful projects
- Concordia students can put time on their co-curricular record
FOUR SEASONS GROWING
Fridays, 11:30am – 1:30pm (September 11th – April)
Get involved with Four Seasons weekly edible plant care, guided by our experienced coordinator Andrew.
Casual, drop-in session – no need to RSVP. No experience required.
HOUSE PLANTS & ATRIUM GARDEN
Tuesdays, 10am – 12pm (September 14- April)
Tasks include: Learning about the propagation, maintenance and care of our house plant collection, as well as assisting in keeping the Atrium plants healthy with coordinator Paul.
Please email Paul at firstname.lastname@example.org to register as we have limited space.
One HydroFlora’s many goals is to make the knowledge of hydroponics and sustainable urban farming accessible as possible to the Concordia community. We meet every Sunday at 5:30 in the Concordia Greenhouse to host hands on hydroponic workshops. We also utilize this time to discuss future projects and opportunities for students around campus and abroad.